GVF, a non-profit located in King of Prussia, whose mission is to reduce congestion and improve the environment for the region, is excited to announce that Keystone Property Group has joined its diverse list of partners.
Since 1991, Keystone Property Group has developed and invested in commercial properties. Keystone acquire, develop, lease and manage real estate, working with office, flex and industrial spaces in major markets throughout the United States.
Keystone is currently working on a project called SORA West. A mixed-use development located in Conshohocken, with a focus on providing people with access to key public transit networks.
“In today’s real estate market, having access to a robust and dependable network of roads, buses, trains and other transportation options is critical to our mission of attracting high-quality companies and jobs to our buildings,” said Richard Gottlieb, President & COO, Keystone Property Group. “We are both honored and excited to partner with GVF, as they will help us honor our commitment to not only providing our tenants with the best experience possible but continuing to push Philadelphia’s economy to new heights.”
“We are looking forward to partnering with Keystone Property Group to help incorporate TDM (transportation demand management) into new and existing developments within our region. With their commitment to improving our region’s infrastructure, we are excited to work together to help improve mobility options for their tenants,” said Rob Henry, GVF Executive Director.
Founded in 1990, GVF is a not-for-profit organization created to advocate and promote a viable transportation network for the region’s economic vitality. To maximize awareness and develop sustainable support, we partner with public and private entities.
GVF’s mission is to achieve a desirable quality of life and a healthy, competitive economic environment by developing multi-faceted transportation strategies. For more information about GVF or to learn about the benefits of partnership, visitwww.gvftma.com.