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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.

artistic rendering of a golf course and parking lots

Topgolf

Topgolf is a golf-centric entertainment center, complete with golfing bays, restaurant and bar. The 68,000SF building should be complete in 2022.

588 N. Gulph Rd.

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
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.

The Village at Valley Forge

PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation building is currently under constructiom, 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.

Moore Park

Rendering of exterior of building with flags flying out front
outside view of King of Prussia mall

KOP Mall

Simon Property Group, Inc. is pursuing plans for a mixed-use development on the existing surface parking lots near the old JCPenney. While no approvals have been obtained to date, Simon, like many other mall owners around the country, are studying the concept of adding other uses that include hotel, office, entertainment and residential.

160 N. Gulph Rd.

York Factory

Hudson’s Bay Co. is in the early planning stages for redevelopment of the Lord & Taylor at the King of Prussia Mall into a two-story, 119,345 SF office space known as York Factory. Plans call for the addition of windows and skylights, a spacious interior and atrium and a rooftop lounge. Amenities will include a gym and yoga studio, concierge services, weekly events and the potential to include full-time licensed child care programs. Rents for the space are projected to be in the $30s/SF.

180 N. Gulph Rd.

Rendering of the interior of a building
Rendering of building with Upper Merion High School lettering on it

Upper Merion High School

Construction of the new Upper Merion Area High School began April 2020 on the high school’s current property. The 300,000 SF high school is expected to open September 2022, and will include an indoor track, auditorium, fitness center and a greenhouse. Following the opening, the existing high school will be torn down and converted into athletic fields.

440 Crossfield Rd.

UDR Multifamily Development

Construction started on Chicago-based UDR Inc.’s $68M, 200-unit multifamily community at 140 Valley Green Ln. The development will include studio, one and two-bedroom units in two buildings, as well as 7,000 SF of indoor amenity space and 25,000+ SF of outdoor courtyard space. The project is expected to open in Q2 2022.

The Village at Valley Forge

rendering of buildings along a street with parking spots
rendering of exterior of building

King of Prussia Logistics Hub

Novaya Foxfield Industrial, which is the mid-Atlantic division of Novaya Real Estate of Boston, acquired the 29-acre former Johnson Matthey Inc. chemical plant and is developing a 331,525 SF distribution center. The project, which they are calling the King of Prussia Logistics Hub, is expected to deliver Q4 2021.

900 River Rd.

Overlook at Town Center

Toll Brothers will soon begin construction on their third project in The Village at Valley Forge, a 142-unit condominium development on seven acres facing Guthrie Road. The for-sale condos will be priced from $400,000 to the low $600,000s.

The Village at Valley Forge

Photo of kitchen interior with barstool charis at a countertop
three shovels sticking out of small pile of dirt in front of red brick building

Purolite

Purolite will soon break ground on a new, 74,000 SF manufacturing facility just blocks from their global headquarters at 2201 Renaissance Blvd. This expansion will increase the level of security of supply with increased production and shorter product lead times. The new USA facility will house two cleanrooms to manufacture active ingredients and excipients, and an agarose manufacturing facility. With this addition, Purolite will be the first company with agarose manufacturing on two continents.

3700 Horizon Blvd.

artistic rendering of a golf course and parking lots

Topgolf

Topgolf is a golf-centric entertainment center, complete with golfing bays, restaurant and bar. The 68,000SF building should be complete in 2022.

588 N. Gulph Rd.

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.

The Village at Valley Forge

Rendering of exterior of building with flags flying out front

PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation building is currently under constructiom, 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.

Moore Park

outside view of King of Prussia mall

KOP Mall

Simon Property Group, Inc. is pursuing plans for a mixed-use development on the existing surface parking lots near the old JCPenney. While no approvals have been obtained to date, Simon, like many other mall owners around the country, are studying the concept of adding other uses that include hotel, office, entertainment and residential.

160 N. Gulph Rd.

Rendering of the interior of a building

York Factory

Hudson’s Bay Co. is in the early planning stages for redevelopment of the Lord & Taylor at the King of Prussia Mall into a two-story, 119,345 SF office space known as York Factory. Plans call for the addition of windows and skylights, a spacious interior and atrium and a rooftop lounge. Amenities will include a gym and yoga studio, concierge services, weekly events and the potential to include full-time licensed child care programs. Rents for the space are projected to be in the $30s/SF.

180 N. Gulph Rd.

Rendering of building with Upper Merion High School lettering on it

Upper Merion High School

Construction of the new Upper Merion Area High School began April 2020 on the high school’s current property. The 300,000 SF high school is expected to open September 2022, and will include an indoor track, auditorium, fitness center and a greenhouse. Following the opening, the existing high school will be torn down and converted into athletic fields.

440 Crossfield Rd.

rendering of buildings along a street with parking spots

UDR Multifamily Development

Construction started on Chicago-based UDR Inc.’s $68M, 200-unit multifamily community at 140 Valley Green Ln. The development will include studio, one and two-bedroom units in two buildings, as well as 7,000 SF of indoor amenity space and 25,000+ SF of outdoor courtyard space. The project is expected to open in Q2 2022.

The Village at Valley Forge

rendering of exterior of building

King of Prussia Logistics Hub

Novaya Foxfield Industrial, which is the mid-Atlantic division of Novaya Real Estate of Boston, acquired the 29-acre former Johnson Matthey Inc. chemical plant and is developing a 331,525 SF distribution center. The project, which they are calling the King of Prussia Logistics Hub, is expected to deliver Q4 2021.

900 River Rd.

Photo of kitchen interior with barstool charis at a countertop

Overlook at Town Center

Toll Brothers will soon begin construction on their third project in The Village at Valley Forge, a 142-unit condominium development on seven acres facing Guthrie Road. The for-sale condos will be priced from $400,000 to the low $600,000s.

The Village at Valley Forge

three shovels sticking out of small pile of dirt in front of red brick building

Purolite

Purolite will soon break ground on a new, 74,000 SF manufacturing facility just blocks from their global headquarters at 2201 Renaissance Blvd. This expansion will increase the level of security of supply with increased production and shorter product lead times. The new USA facility will house two cleanrooms to manufacture active ingredients and excipients, and an agarose manufacturing facility. With this addition, Purolite will be the first company with agarose manufacturing on two continents.

3700 Horizon Blvd.