A new office building, 155 Radnor, off King of Prussia Road in Radnor will include landscaped grounds that have more than 250 trees, a seasonal micro farm, wildflower meadows, and three rain gardens that will serve as a stormwater management system, writes Natalie Kostelni for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Brandywine Realty Trust enlisted Ballinger, a Philadelphia architectural firm, to design 155 Radnor.
The 145,000-square-foot building will be part of a new campus anchored by the University of Pennsylvania Health System. It will also include a conference center, courtyards, patios, and gaming areas.
Radnor officials signed off last month on the final subdivision plan for the campus. Part of the development includes Penn Medicine’s $200 million medical facility and a hotel.
This will be the first new office building to be constructed in Radnor in three decades, and Brandywine, which is the dominant landlord in the office submarket, expects to pre-lease the bulk of it before breaking ground.
Read more about 155 Radnor in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.