Municipal Acquisitions recently achieved a significant milestone with the topping out of Kaufmann Hall at Greenville University, marking a key phase in the $36.25 million project's completion. As the construction progresses toward its final stages, the company anticipates the successful realization of its transformative vision for the campus. The new buildings, including the dormitory and the state-of-the-art athletic facility, are expected to elevate student life and bolster the university's athletic department, positioning Greenville University for further growth and development. The completion of this ambitious venture is eagerly anticipated, with Spring 2024 set as the target for the unveiling of these cutting-edge facilities.
Fort Lauderdale's aquatic landscape is about to witness a revolutionary makeover as the city's iconic International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) embarks on a $190 million redevelopment journey. Set against the backdrop of the city's rich swimming and diving heritage, this ambitious project promises to redefine excellence in the world of aquatics. Anticipate an immersive experience that blends modern design with a celebration of the sport's storied past, creating a vibrant destination for swimmers, divers, and enthusiasts from around the globe.
Heritage Partners, a national full-service real estate development firm with a strong focus in the Mid-Atlantic markets, announced the sale of Children’s National Prince George’s County at Woodmore Towne Centre in Glenarden, Maryland
Municipal Acquisitions has purchased Children’s National Prince George’s County at Woodmore Towne Centre, a 60,000-square-foot medical facility in Glenarden, MD. The sales price was $39.3 million. Children’s National opened the facility pursuant to a triple net lease in July. An affiliate of Heritage Partners was both developer and landlord for the project. The regional outpatient