Recently Completed Development

Where the Future Lives

King of Prussia is in the midst of a dramatic economic development surge.

A Commercial Powerhouse

Over 4,000 companies call King of Prussia home

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800 Mancill Mill Rd.

The Malvern School of Valley Forge

A two-story, 10,750 SF preschool and daycare serving children ages 6 weeks to 8 years.
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The Village at Valley Forge

The George Apartments

Chicago-based UDR Inc.’s $68M, 200-unit multifamily development at 140 Valley Green Ln. is now welcoming residents. KOP’s newest apartment community features studio, one and two-bedroom units with smart home technology and modern finishes. The newest apartment community in the highly sought-after Village at Valley Forge also features 7,000 SF of indoor amenity space and 25,000+ SF of expansive outdoor courtyard space, including a resort-style pool and sundeck.
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The Village at Valley Forge

Overlook at Town Center

Now open at The Village at Valley Forge, a 142-unit townhome development in thirteen buildings located on seven acres facing Guthrie Road. The for-sale homes are priced from the low $500,00s and feature modern open floor plans with optional basements and rooftop terraces.
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1400 N. Outer Line Drive

Valley Forge National Historical Park Visitor Center

In June 2021, Valley Forge National Historical Park began a phased reopening of its Visitor Center following a $12M renovation, its first comprehensive overhaul since 1976. Features include improved physical accessibility, upgraded security and fire protection, improved collections storage, an all-new HVAC system, windows, flooring, carpets, signage and a variety of energy efficiency improvements. The next phase is projected for spring 2022 and will include new exhibits that will immerse visitors in the six-month period of the 1777-1778 winter encampment through color, sound, and textures of wood, metal and mud. The final phase will include the reopening of the renovated theater in summer 2022.
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The Village at Valley Forge

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

CHOP is now welcoming patients at its first inpatient hospital outside of Philadelphia. Located next to its existing King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center, the 250,000 SF, $298M inpatient hospital known as the Middleman Family Pavilion, includes a total of 108 single patient rooms, care for a broad range of pediatric specialties, a 24/7 20-bay emergency department specializing in pediatric care and an operating room suite. The hospital will create an additional 500 new jobs by the third year of operation.
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900 River Road

Target Distribution Center

Construction is now complete on a new 331,525 SF distribution center, developed by Novaya Foxfield Industrial on the 29-acre property which was formerly home to the Johnson Matthey Inc. chemical plant. The building is leased to Target Corp., which will utilize it to distribute to stores as well as e-commerce distribution directly to customers.