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Right off Route 3 in Passaic County, NJ, just minutes from the Meadowlands and footsteps to transit to NYC
Convenient Morris County, NJ location - close to energic downtown centers and transit to NYC
Off Exit 10 of I-287 in Somerset County, NJ, just minutes from energetic downtowns New Brunswick and Somerville and transit to NYC
Footsteps from Union Train Station offering service to Newark and NYC and minutes from Newark Liberty Interational Airport
Centrally located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Located in Chester County, PA, just minutes from Route 202, 1-76, the PA Turnpike, and transit to Center City Philadelphia
Located in Center City Philadelphia's Washington Square West neighborhood.
Located in King of Prussia Town Center
Immediately off the Lansdale Interchange of the Northeast Extension in Montgomery County, PA
Located along Philadelphia's desirable Main Line in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Located in the heart of Delaware County, PA
Located directly above the Shops at Bay Street – a retail and dining destination in Emeryville, CA.
Downtown Walnut Creek, footsteps from BART, downtown shopping and eateries, and a short walk to Broadway Plaza
The Korman family pioneered the corporate housing industry in the 1960s and have been innovating the hospitality approach to residential real estate for decades.
AVE doubles its portfolio of communities.
The brand celebrates the Grand Opening of AVE Florham Park in New Jersey, the most state-of-the-art rental community on the East Coast boasting over 65,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space. They expand their portfolio of communities in the Greater Philadelphia Area and acquire a second property in the East Bay Area of San Francisco, AVE Walnut Creek.
AVE becomes bicoastal with the acquisition of AVE Emeryville in the East Bay Area of San Francisco.
AVE Florham Park opens and becomes the new standard for luxury and service in the region.
Korman Communities acquires the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in Center City Philadelphia. Due to its historical significance, it operates as "The Franklin Residences."
Now CEO, Larry Korman announces Korman Communities three exciting residential brands
Korman Communities develop and acquire properties in New York City, New Jersey, and Delaware.
In 1964, Steven pioneers furnished apartments with flexible leases at The Plaza in Center City Philadelphia.
He begins implementing this program at all Korman properties. He also introduces features like washers and dryers and wall-to-wall carpeting, which are apartment standards today.
Now Korman Company, Hyman and his sons develop Neshaminy Mall, the largest single-story, indoor-enclosed mall in the Northeast. Hyman's grandson Steven joins the family business.
Hyman launches Frankford Supply, a building materials company, to ensure easy access to quality materials.
HKI builds its first apartment development, Leiper Street Apartments.
Hyman and Alfred form separate companies. Hyman's sons Max and Sam join the business, and they become Hyman Korman Inc.
They build single-family homes, twin homes, row homes, and community developments with homes, apartments, and stores. By 1934, the company builds more than 500 homes, which was a very sizable percentage of the total homes in all Philadelphia.
Hyman continues purchasing farms along the future route of expanding Philadelphia on Oxford Avenue.
He leaves his job at the clothing factory and partners with Alfred P. Orleans real estate company to begin building homes in Northeast Philadelphia.
The initial leg of Roosevelt Boulevard from Broad Street in Philadelphia was opened to traffic right through Hamilton Farm.
By 1916, the boulevard from Broad Street was extended all the way to Pennypack Circle, a 7.5 mile stretch. Hyman foresees the expansion and development of Philadelphia. He purchases Hamilton Farm from his in-laws.
Hyman and his wife, Yetta, move to the Philadelphia area to Hamilton Farm, which is owned by her parents. Hyman works in Center City as a tailor in the garment industry.
He rents an apartment where he resides during the week and spends his weekends on the farm with his family. Yetta supplements the family income by taking boarders.
Hyman emigrates to America.
Hyman Korman spends his teenage years working alongside his uncles – successful railway builders in Eastern Europe.
To expedite the construction of the railway across Russia, they provide temporary housing for their workers – log cabins that were easily disassembled and reassembled as they traveled across the country.
90 Park Avenue
Florham Park, NJ 07932
743 Passaic Avenue
Clifton, NJ 07012
1070 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ 07083
1960 N Main St
Walnut Creek, CA, 94596
5684 Bay Street
Emeryville, CA, 94608
311 E. Lancaster Ave. GPS:Woodview Way
Malvern, PA, 19355
1236 East Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA, 19335
1001 Towamencin Ave
Lansdale, PA, 19446
1560 Wick Lane
Blue Bell, PA 19422
555 South Goddard Boulevard
King of Prussia, PA 19406
7000 Cornerstone Dr
Newtown Square, PA 19073
199 Pierce Street
Somerset, NJ, 08873
834 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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