Cadence brings a wide breadth of land development experience to the table. Cadence has handled development projects in all facets of real estate - office, retail, multi-family, residential town-home, educational and more.
Chester Charter School for the Arts
Since 2012 we have represented Chester Charter School for the Arts. Initially assisting the school in it's charter school approval process in Chester Upland School district and negotiating a 75,000 SF lease on the school's behalf during it's start up period. Once opened the school experienced immediate growth and was in need of it's own facility, they turned again to the Principals of Cadence to guide them through this process. Cadence located a 10 acre off-market land acquisition for the school and also paired the school with the appropriate general contractor to bring their vision and plans to life.
2405 Maryland Road
Willow Grove, PA
We brought 2405 Maryland Road through the full entitlement process to get approved for 246 Multi-family units in Willow Grove, PA. This 103,000 SF industrial building sits along the PA Turnpike and was vacant for 7 years. After the site was approved for residential Cadence faciliated the sale of the property to KRE for development.
St. Bridget’s School
East Falls Philadelphia
Cadence was hired by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia is facilitate the sale and redevelopment of the former St. Bridget’s School building in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Cadence procured multiple offers and lead a vetting process between the prospective developers and the seller to select the correct buyer who would both transact at the best value and develop the site in accordance with the seller’s wishes, who would still be operating out of the neighboring parcel.
Most Blessed Sacrament Site
South West Philadelphia
Cadence was hired by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to select a developer for the former Most Blessed Sacrament site at 56th and Chester Avenues in South West Philadelphia. This site, which consisted of an entire city block, was brought though a regional sales process and Cadence procured multiple offers from both educational and affordable housing developers. The development selection process had many components, but the most pressing was providing education to an underserved area of the city. Ultimately the site was sold to a private development group to convert the site into a new Charter School.