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Future Plans

Where Commerce Thrives

With a strong foundation and a bold vision for the future, it should come as no surprise that King of Prussia is experiencing unprecedented growth.

Exciting retail, dining, residential and industrial/office development projects will bring thousands of new employees, residents and visitors to King of Prussia.

Photograph of the exterior of Element Hotel

The Element

A 120-room hotel, with incredible suites designed for long-term and extended stay and short term stay options as well.

Currently under construction on Goddard Boulevard and expected to be complete by summer of 2020.

Anthology of King of Prussia

A 255,600 SF, 192-unit senior living community coming to the Village at Valley Forge which will offer a total of 101 independent living, 59 assisted living and 32 memory care residences. The independent and assisted living apartments range from 410SF studios to 1,200 SF , two-bedroom/two-bath units, all featuring high-end finishes.

The property will also include 20,000 SF of amenity space, including numerous dining options; a theater; reservable family suite with private outdoor deck; game room; and various activity rooms.

Wellness amenities to include a fitness center, indoor pool, physical therapy room and spa with salon services.

Outdoors, there will be landscaped courtyards, resident-maintained gardens, walking paths, outdoor dining tables and open-air fireplaces, along with numerous seating areas.

The 11-story building is scheduled to be delivered in late 2020

artistic rendering of a multi-story building exterior
commercial office building

650 Park Avenue

Brandywine Realty Trust is redeveloping their property at 650 Park Avenue. The approximately 100,000SF building will be Class-A office space and will feature a large outdoor terrace as well as outdoor amenities and landscaping that will integrate with the First Avenue Linear Park. Coscia Moos Architecture is the architect for the project.

Completion date is TBD.

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

CHOP’s King of Prussia campus will be anchored by a new, 250,000 square-foot inpatient hospital. Plans include 52 inpatient beds, care for a broad range of pediatric specialties including orthopaedics, plastic surgery and ear, nose and throat (ENT), 24/7 20-bay emergency department specializing in pediatric care, an operating room suite consisting of up to four operating rooms, comprehensive radiology services and transitional care for chronic complex patients with assisted breathing.

The new hospital will be adjacent to and operate seamlessly with CHOP’s existing King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center and Urgent Care Center, located on South Goddard Boulevard in Upper Merion Township and is slated to open in 2021.

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penndot office building

PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will break ground on a new traffic management center in 2020, an approximately $33 million project that makes way for the state agency’s plans to boost its headcount.

A new two-story, 30,0000 square-foot facility will be built on a parcel of land near PennDOT’s current center in King of Prussia.

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Valley Forge National Historical Park Visitor Center Redevelopment

The $14M+ project will include a complete overhaul of the current visitors center, which has not seen updating since 1976. Once complete in late spring of 2020, the 18,376 SF building will have improved physical accessibility, upgraded security and fire protection, improved collections storage, new HVAC systems, new windows, new finishes and energy-efficiency improvements. New exhibitions can also be expected.

valley forge museum
computer rendering of office building

Main Line Health

A new 94,000-square-foot Main Line Health center – which will be seven stories including a four-story parking garage – will be part of the Town Center complex at the Village at Valley Forge in the fall of 2019.

Services provided at the new center will include primary care, heart health, obstetrics and gynecology, breast health, skin care and emotional wellness. An ambulatory care center within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and cardiac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imaging, physical therapy and lab services. The center will also feature a café and secure child care area for parents using the facility.

King of Prussia Mall Improvements

Simon Property Group Inc. plans is investing millions on upgrades to section of the mall formerly known as the “Plaza.” Improvements will include replacing existing marble tiles with pieces of a lighter shade, swapping out green metal handrails with new glass ones, upgrading metal halide and halogen light fixtures with brighter and more efficient LEDs, adding soft seating to corridors, and renovating restrooms. The project will be complete in June 2019.

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rendered illustration of King of Prussia mall
Photograph of the exterior of Element Hotel

The Element

A 120-room hotel, with incredible suites designed for long-term and extended stay and short term stay options as well.

Currently under construction on Goddard Boulevard and expected to be complete by summer of 2020.

artistic rendering of a multi-story building exterior

Anthology of King of Prussia

A 255,600 SF, 192-unit senior living community coming to the Village at Valley Forge which will offer a total of 101 independent living, 59 assisted living and 32 memory care residences. The independent and assisted living apartments range from 410SF studios to 1,200 SF , two-bedroom/two-bath units, all featuring high-end finishes.

The property will also include 20,000 SF of amenity space, including numerous dining options; a theater; reservable family suite with private outdoor deck; game room; and various activity rooms.

Wellness amenities to include a fitness center, indoor pool, physical therapy room and spa with salon services.

Outdoors, there will be landscaped courtyards, resident-maintained gardens, walking paths, outdoor dining tables and open-air fireplaces, along with numerous seating areas.

The 11-story building is scheduled to be delivered in late 2020

commercial office building

650 Park Avenue

Brandywine Realty Trust is redeveloping their property at 650 Park Avenue. The approximately 100,000SF building will be Class-A office space and will feature a large outdoor terrace as well as outdoor amenities and landscaping that will integrate with the First Avenue Linear Park. Coscia Moos Architecture is the architect for the project.

Completion date is TBD.

commercial office building

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

CHOP’s King of Prussia campus will be anchored by a new, 250,000 square-foot inpatient hospital. Plans include 52 inpatient beds, care for a broad range of pediatric specialties including orthopaedics, plastic surgery and ear, nose and throat (ENT), 24/7 20-bay emergency department specializing in pediatric care, an operating room suite consisting of up to four operating rooms, comprehensive radiology services and transitional care for chronic complex patients with assisted breathing.

The new hospital will be adjacent to and operate seamlessly with CHOP’s existing King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center and Urgent Care Center, located on South Goddard Boulevard in Upper Merion Township and is slated to open in 2021.

Visit Website

penndot office building

PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will break ground on a new traffic management center in 2020, an approximately $33 million project that makes way for the state agency’s plans to boost its headcount.

A new two-story, 30,0000 square-foot facility will be built on a parcel of land near PennDOT’s current center in King of Prussia.

Visit Website

valley forge museum

Valley Forge National Historical Park Visitor Center Redevelopment

The $14M+ project will include a complete overhaul of the current visitors center, which has not seen updating since 1976. Once complete in late spring of 2020, the 18,376 SF building will have improved physical accessibility, upgraded security and fire protection, improved collections storage, new HVAC systems, new windows, new finishes and energy-efficiency improvements. New exhibitions can also be expected.

computer rendering of office building

Main Line Health

A new 94,000-square-foot Main Line Health center – which will be seven stories including a four-story parking garage – will be part of the Town Center complex at the Village at Valley Forge in the fall of 2019.

Services provided at the new center will include primary care, heart health, obstetrics and gynecology, breast health, skin care and emotional wellness. An ambulatory care center within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and cardiac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imaging, physical therapy and lab services. The center will also feature a café and secure child care area for parents using the facility.

rendered illustration of King of Prussia mall

King of Prussia Mall Improvements

Simon Property Group Inc. plans is investing millions on upgrades to section of the mall formerly known as the “Plaza.” Improvements will include replacing existing marble tiles with pieces of a lighter shade, swapping out green metal handrails with new glass ones, upgrading metal halide and halogen light fixtures with brighter and more efficient LEDs, adding soft seating to corridors, and renovating restrooms. The project will be complete in June 2019.

Visit Website