Main Line Health Has Health & Wellness Plans For St. Charles Borromeo Seminary 75-acre Space in Wynnewood

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary
Image via Main Line Health, The Philadephia Business Journal.
A rendering from Main Line Health for the St. Charles Borromeo Seminary property for the planned health and wellness community.

Bryn Mawr-based Main Line Health has detailed its plans for the 75-acre St. Charles Borromeo Seminary site in Wynnewood, saying that it will focus on a health and wellness concept, writes John George for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

The development on the site that Main Line Health acquired for $43.5 million in 2019 will take shape over the following ten years or more. It will be anchored by medical offices that will provide general health care, fitness and wellness, and educational services, as well as social activities. The development will also include senior housing, a small hotel, apartments and condos, along with retail space.

It is still unknown how much the project will cost and when construction will start. The seminary is expected to leave the property by the summer of 2024.

The health system purchased the seminary campus from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The site currently has two primary structures on it: the seminary and the Ryan Memorial Library complex that is home to offices, dormitories, and administrative space. The buildings cannot be demolished due to their historic designations.

Read more about the Main Line Health Health and Wellness concept planned for St. Charles Borromeo Seminary property in Wynnewood in the Philadelphia Business Journal.