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FEBRUARY 4, 2011 | Changing Skyline: Channeling TV History
Renovation of a Rittenhouse Row tower shines a spotlight on an old KYW studio where performers included Mike Douglas, Ernie Kovacs, and Zsa Zsa Gabor.and Yoko to Richard Nixon obligingly trooped into his basement studio for conversation before a live audience. (Read More)

MARCH 19, 2010 | Old Westinghouse built to be renovated inside and out
Vesper Property Group is undertaking an $8 million renovation to 1619 Walnut St., which once housed Brasserie Perrier, as a way to reinvigorate the building and attract new tenants... (Read More)

MARCH 2010
Neiman Group to open new Philadelphia office with move into former KYW Studios in Premier Walnut Street Retail district...

Neiman Group is about to grow its presence in Philadelphia in a big way. The full service advertising, public relations and digital agency with offices in Philadelphia and Harrisburg, recently signed a full floor lease totaling 5,100 square feet in the iconic building at 1619 Walnut Street. The agency’s move from its current location in Old City to the Rittenhouse Row retail district will help shape the future of advertising in Philadelphia and coincides with a dramatic facelift to the legendary building... (Read More)

AUGUST 20, 2009
Vesper Property Group, Ltd., a private real estate investment firm based in the Philadelphia region, has announced the official opening of Montgomery County Community College’s (MCCC) North Hall Facility, a state-of-the-art building that adds 50,000 square feet of class room space to the 90,000 square feet of existing space at the College’s West Campus. This multifaceted project, which included the adaptive reuse of a historic site at 16 High Street, formerly known as the Vaughn Knitting Mill, and rehabilitation of the Pottstown pedestrian underpass, allows the school to execute its vision of expanding enrollment and creating closer ties to the downtown Pottstown community. The opening marks the second and final phase of the project’s development... (Read More)