IMC has completed renovation of a 208,000-square-foot office building in the northern Philadelphia suburb of Blue Bell. Designed by Erdy McHenry Architecture, Arborcrest 5 will house multiple tenants in a bright, urban-like setting with a full-service café, fitness center, yoga room, basketball court and lounges.
“Office parks today have to be dynamic places with top-notch amenities,” said Rob Cottone, president of IMC Construction. “Arborcrest 5 is a stunning, Class A office building that is also healthy, sustainable and in a prime location.”
The original 2-story structure in the Arborcrest office park was built in 1970 for a pharmaceutical company. Targeted to draw innovative, forward-thinking companies, the renovation has resulted in a modern, attractive building with a rustic, industrial vibe. Leaving selected parts of the original building intact kept tons of construction waste out of landfills. An expanded two-story lobby with a grand stair clad in custom terrazzo connects tenants to the sunny central core. Full-height glass cladding provides expansive views of the entire office park, landscaping and picnic terrace.
Arborcrest 5 is owned by Spear Street Capital of San Francisco, CA and is leased by Jones Lang LaSalle. The project team includes contractor IMC Construction; architect Erdy McHenry; interior designer D2 Interiors; civil engineer Bohler Engineering; structural engineer Environetics Design; MEP engineer Kupper Engineering; and owner’s representative Trammell Crow.