Race for modern office spaces kicks into high gear in Conshohocken, King of Prussia and Plymouth

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Other projects under way in the suburbs include Keystone Property Group's Sora West, seen here, Seven Tower Bridge and Metroplex Two in Plymouth.(MONTCO.Today fie photo.)

A number of new office projects in the works in Montgomery County, totaling nearly  1 million square feet,  is creating a rush for developers to stake claim in coveted spots.

For instance Equus Capital Partners Ltd., is jumping over competitors by building without the comfort of committed tenants. Along with a new project in Wayne, the company is also considering a location in Conshohocken., according to Steve Spaeder of Equus. He told the Philadelphia Business Journal in a story written by Natalie Kostelni,  “We’re taking a serious look at 400 Barr Harbor [Drive] in Conshohocken.”  That proposed 218,000-square-foot building is going through the approval process and Equus will “take a hard look” at breaking ground on it next spring, Spaeder said.

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Other projects under way in the suburbs include Keystone Property Group’s Sora West, a 429,000-square-foot complex in Conshohocken;  Seven Tower Bridge, a 250,000-square-foot building in Conshohocken; Metroplex Two, a 280,000-square-foot structure o Chemical Road in Plymouth Meeting.

According to reports released by JJL, average leasing rates are $36.27 per square foot in Conshohocken and in the Wayne-King of Prussia are rates are inching up to $40.

To read the complete story in the Philadelphia Business Journal, click here.

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