The president and CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust, the largest
commercial property owner in Radnor Township, is upset by a recent visit by two Radnor Police officers to Brandywine’s real estate lawyer, reports Main Line Media News.
The newspaper writes that the visit to the Blue Bell office of Marc Kaplin was prompted by "some words
evidently exchanged between the attorney and Radnor Township officials."
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has taken a position in opposition to the pending Mixed Use Special
Transportation ordinance, which would affect one of its eight Radnor
properties. The MUST ordinance, extensively rewritten by Kevin
Kochanski, the director of community development for the township, would
allow another developer, BioMed Realty, to build office space, a
parking garage, an apartment building and retail shops at its 145 King
of Prussia Road property. Kaplin has appeared at numerous township
meetings to advocate for his client.