BET Investments Breaks Ground on $200M Mixed-Use Project Near Philadelphia

A rendering of the Promenade at Upper Dublin

UPPER DUBLIN, PA. — BET Investments Inc. (Bruce E. Toll Co.) has broken ground on The Promenade at Upper Dublin, a master-planned, mixed-use project in the Philadelphia suburb of Upper Dublin. Development costs are estimated at $200 million.

The project’s residential component will include 402 units and 114 active adult homes. Amenities will include a resort-style pool, gourmet kitchens with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and a fitness center. A planned retail component will feature 128,000 square feet of retail space, anchored by a specialty grocer and outdoor lifestyle store as well as shops and restaurants.

A 2.7-acre park, more than three miles of walking trails and an outdoor events stage are also planned. The developer is implementing sustainable design features like green roofs, bike sharing and electric car charging stations.

“The Promenade at Upper Dublin will be the an exciting destination, with high-end, state-of-the-art apartments that will include resort-like amenities combined with a lively and interesting combination of restaurants and shops providing a great meeting place for the surrounding communities,” says Michael Markman, president of BET Investments.  “This ‘live, work, play’ community, combining commercial and residential uses, will be the first of its kind in Eastern Montgomery County.”

Upper Dublin is approximately 20 miles north of Philadelphia. The project is slated for completion in summer 2020.

Based in nearby Dresher, BET Investments owns, manages, develops, and leases mid-rise office buildings, office parks, retail complexes, apartment buildings and flex office/industrial space throughout the United States. The company’s portfolio totals more than 5 million square feet.

— David Cohen

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