National Real Estate Advisors in partnership with Jersey City-based Kushner Real Estate Group, recently celebrated the topping out of 200 Spring Garden St. in Philadelphia, now officially known as the Noble. This development will seamlessly integrate Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties and Old City neighborhoods, setting a new standard for urban living.
The project, developed as a joint venture between National’s subsidiary, National Real Estate Development, and KRE, will begin preleasing in December, with the first units ready in early 2024.
“Today’s topping-out celebration marks another step towards realizing our collective vision with National to unlock the potential that lies within the corridor connecting Old City and Northern Liberties,” Jonathan Kushner, president of KRE Group, said. “Through the multiphase transformation of 2nd Street, we have a remarkable opportunity to redefine the landscape and forge a thriving community for all to enjoy.”
“The Noble represents our unwavering commitment to job creation, community engagement and economic vitality while seeking to generate good returns for our investors,” Jeffrey Kanne, CEO and president of National Real Estate Advisors, said. “We are grateful for the dedication of our skilled workforce, which has enabled us to create valuable jobs within the community. This project serves as a testament to our ongoing partnership with KRE and our mission to deliver high-quality living options that truly benefit neighborhoods.”
Designed by Handel Architects, the Noble’s architecture takes inspiration from the warehouse-style buildings of Northern Liberties. With its striking radiused corner, the modern L-shaped residential tower embodies the neighborhood’s unique character. Alongside the units, residents will have access to extensive amenities, including a 75-foot lap pool, coworking space, bike room, juice bar, an amenity lounge, party room, private landscaped deck, dog run and over 10,000 square feet of outdoor public green space featuring a custom mural by Mural Arts of Philadelphia. The building will feature marquee corner retail as well as a flagship 17,000-square-foot City Fitness.