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  • Keystone Relocates
    HQ to Conshohocken
  • CONSHOHOCKEN, PA–Keystone Property Group has relocated its offices to SORA Conshohocken at 125 East Elm Street from its former headquarters in Bala Cynwyd. Keystone recently acquired SORA, a multifaceted transit-oriented redevelopment initiative located in the gateway of Conshohocken. FULL STORY

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  • Keystone Relocates HQ to Conshohocken
  • CONSHOHOCKEN, PA–Keystone Property Group has relocated its offices to SORA Conshohocken at 125 East Elm Street from its former headquarters in Bala Cynwyd. Keystone recently acquired SORA, a multifaceted transit-oriented redevelopment initiative located in the gateway of Conshohocken. FULL STORY

  • Binswanger and BIDA Broker Bloomsburg, PA, Industrial Sale
  • PHILADELPHIA, PA—RR Donnelley sold its 370,000-square-foot single-story industrial building on 56.6 acres at 4411 Old Berwick Road in Bloomsburg, PA to Sekisui Polymer Innovations, LLC, which has an existing facility near the site and plans to bring an additional 200 new jobs to the area over the next five years. FULL STORY

  • Philly Hotel Now Flies the Hilton Flag
  • PHILADELPHIA—The former Hyatt Regency Hotel at Penn’s Landing reopened on Thursday as the Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing. FULL STORY

  • NAI Mertz of PA Brokers Hazelton Industrial Building Sale to Development Agency
  • HAZLETON, PA—NAI Mertz of PA sold a 25,000-square-foot industrial building located at 63A Green Mountain Road in Hazleton, PA, to Greater Hazleton Community Area New Development Organization, Inc. The agency’s goal is to foster economic activity in the greater Hazleton Area through acquiring and developing the land and infrastructure needed to attract new industries and new jobs to greater Hazleton. FULL STORY

  • Video Interviewing Spreads to RE Recruiters
  • CHICAGO—Technological advances have greatly improved the quality and lowered the expense of digital interviewing, and real estate firms are increasingly using it to get more insight into recruits’ personalities. FULL STORY

  • Straub Planning $100M in Upgrades at Revel
  • ATLANTIC CITY, NJ—A new deal struck between the shuttered Revel Casino Hotel and Florida developer Glenn Straub’s Polo North Country Club entity calls for a lower sale price but a promise by Straub to institute more than $100 million in renovations to the bankrupt gaming property. FULL STORY

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