Smart Growth on Philadelphia’s Main Line

IMC Construction held groundbreaking ceremonies recently for a new apartment building adjacent to the Paoli train station. Station Square, the $35 million project developed by Linden Lane Capital Partners of Philadelphia, will bring 153 luxury apartments to a site of vacant buildings at 37 North Valley Road in Paoli, Chester County. It is expected to be complete in Spring 2020.

“Station Square is a carefully-sited, smart-growth project that will benefit the local economy and add to the beauty of the area,” said Jerry Bronstein, AIA, project executive for IMC Construction. “The building will reflect the style of nearby homes and be surrounded by evergreens and flowering trees. Residents will be able to walk to shops or take the train into Center City.”

The four-story, 256,000-square-foot building will feature one- and two-bedroom apartments, fitness center, club room, multi-media entertainment room, and a co-working space. Outside, a secluded courtyard will contain a pool and multiple lounge and seating areas, raised flower beds, outdoor grills, wet bar, and patio dining areas. Parking is surface and below grade.

The Station Square team includes architect & interior designer Bernardon; structural engineer Baker, Ingram & Associates; m/e/p engineer AEI; and civil engineer Chester Valley Engineers.

Pictured below L to R: Bill Martin, Tredyffrin Township Manager; Harold Mesa, Brian Friedman, and Michael Wachs, Management Team at Linden Lane Capital Partners; Robert Cottone, IMC Construction; Pamela Arms, Beneficial Bank; Neil Liebman, Bernardon Architects; David Falcone, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr; and Andrew Janas, Wind River Holdings.

9 members of the IMC Construction team wearing IMC hardhats and holding shovels in front of large machinery with a sign that says "Station Square Apartments" behind them.
A man in a gray suit standing on a small station in front of three other people speaking at the groundbreaking of the Station Square Apartments project.
Three IMC Construction employees wearing IMC hardhats and holding shovels in front of heavy machinery with a sign that says "Station Square Apartments" behind them.

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