I know this has been quite some time since your original inquiry, but as a former law student (and one of Radnor's target demographics) I would say no, from a renter's perspective, it's not a good investment.
This place has so much potential but current management has ruined the living experience. They are rude, uninformed, and completely unwilling to address tenant concerns. Moreover, as a previous commenter stated, you will be continually looking for new renters because most of your tenants will live here for a short time (especially if they're grad students) before moving on to more amenable apartments/condos.
All of the halls smell odd due to old carpeting, there are constant plumbing interruptions, unsafe parking facilities (my car has been damaged in this lot!), mold in the washing machines & a quite few unpleasant residence.
The greatest complaint I have, would be the paper thin walls!!! I can hear my neighbor talking on the phone and noises that management told me is coming from 2 floors above! The "home owner's association" (management office) are quite unpleasant about everything and almost openly hostile towards renters.
So I would say buyer beware... You will be constantly looking for new tenants as the building management will drive them away.. You'll spend money upgrading your unit, but the building does nothing, so you cannot ever describe your unit as "luxury" on the main line..
I only live here for the school district and won't be buying my unit from my landlord after my renter's experience
Laundry units were very clean and quite modern. They are definitely worth seeing.
I hope that helps