King of Prussia is set to get a new hotel, office complex, and apartment building, the most recent additions to a slew of mixed-used projects being developed in the area.
According to Bis Now Philadelphia, King of Prussia is evolving from a “mall-centric suburb to a true mixed-use community.”
Park Ridge Hotel Development, which owns the Sheraton at Valley Forge on North Gulph Road, will be developing a new hotel next to the Sheraton. It will be an Element hotel and is set to have 120 rooms.
Brandywine Realty Trust is redeveloping an old 100K SF office building a few doors down from the new hotel. They plan to upgrade the space by adding atriums and an additional 3K SF of office space. The project is slated to be completed by the end of 2018.
The new apartment complex, Hanover Village, will have 390 units and a parking garage. It is being developed by Realen and Hanover and will also be on North Gulph Road.