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580

Virginia Drive

1005

Virginia Drive

1015

Virginia Drive

1050

Virginia Drive

1055

Virginia Drive

1075

Virginia Drive

1100

Virginia Drive

1125

Virginia Drive

1175

Virginia Drive

1300

Virginia Drive

1375

Virginia Drive

Address

Street

Township

Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin Upper Dublin

Owner

HUB Properties TR

First Evergreen Properties, LLC

First Evergreen Properties, LLC Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania CEG Associates; Keystone Computer Association

BT Virginia Drive L P

Liberty Property LP

ADP Inc.

Ft Washington Fitness LP

AVIR Realty Robert T Heenan & Thomas Danese

15,852

Keystone Computer

Xerox, Digital Video

23,106

Arts

GMAC, Devry

844,228

University

58,341

ADP, Inc.

LA Fitness

19,920

VACANT

108,056

Verizon

87,000

Kulicke & Soffa

Sq. Ft.

Major Tenants

48,253

Severn Trent, Pointroll, 24/7 Media

46,780

AVIR Realty Local 542, Other Unions

Source: Urban Partners, Upper Dublin Township, URS Corp., Win2 Data

As shown in the table above, properties have been divided into five color-coded categories based on their status of current and future flooding:

  • Pink (Highest flood-prone) – Properties will flood during a 25-year event with the dams in place

  • Orange – Properties will flood during a 50-year event with the dams in place

  • Light Blue – Properties were considered most flood-prone under current conditions (without dams), but flood-prone status is downgraded to 100-year with the dams in place

  • Dark Blue – Properties are in the 100-year floodplain with the dams in place

  • Green – Properties were in the 100-year floodplain under current conditions (without dams), but are not expected to flood at all with the dams in place

In total, we have identified 32 flood-prone properties totaling over 1.15 million square feet of office and flex space in the future post-dam 100-year floodplain. Of those properties, 11 are located in the 25-year floodplain and are considered to be the highest flood-prone. An additional seven are located in the 50-year floodplain. These properties are described in detail below.

Highest Flood-Prone Properties

To substantiate the floodplain engineering work and confirm the severity of flooding that has occurred, we attempted to meet or speak with all 18 property owners or managers of the most flood-prone properties in the FWOP, located in the 25- and 50-year floodplain. Our discussions helped identify a variety of issues, including the advantages and challenges of the FWOP, any plans for property/business expansion that could impact the building or floodplain, the timing of such future plans/changes, general lease terms and options for building tenants, and the owners’ and managers’ potential interest in relocating their businesses.

Technical Memorandum #1UDT: Characteristics of Flood-Prone Parcels

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