Framingham, MA – DPS Group announced it has expanded its office at the Spring Mill Creative Campus located at 1020 Spring Mill Avenue in Conshohocken, Pa.
DPS has moved into a converted warehouse building on the Spring Mill campus that features 20 foot ceilings, large windows, exposed ceilings, and numerous collaborative spaces.
“We are excited to be in our new, larger office space in the Spring Mill Creative Campus,” said Ryan McDonough, senior vice president of project operations for the DPS Philadelphia office. “The new office better accommodates our growing team and enables us to hire additional resources to continue to provide industry-leading support and service to our life science clients. The new space allows us to foster collaboration and innovation amongst team members and projects.”
Since acquiring Spring Mill in April of 2019, Alliance HP has spent over $10 million to upgrade the property, creating first-class amenities including a fitness center and tenant lounge, upgraded common spaces, and functional upgrades. Alliance will spend an additional $5 million on capital projects as part of a second phase of renovations to complete the transformation of the former Lee Tire manufacturing plant to a Class A creative office building. Throughout the renovations, Alliance has incorporated branding elements honoring the property’s industrial history.
“DPS Group is exactly the sort of tenant we set out to attract when we acquired and committed to fully renovating Spring Mill,” said Richard Previdi, CEO of Alliance HP. “Given the property’s industrial history, we are pleased to see tenants like DPS choosing to locate their Philadelphia headquarters here contributing to innovation in a meaningful way.”
Frank Palopoli and Paul Garvey of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant in this transaction while Pat Brady and Ryan Fitzpatrick of JLL represented the landlord.