Sweet Renderings for Adaptive Reuse Coming to 12th & Wharton
OCF REALTY | 2020
"...community support will likely be an important element to the conversation- and we suggested that an adaptive reuse that respects the architectural history of the building might be a good path to receiving said support."
Deep Rooted Devotion: North Philly Community-First Venue Sunflower Hill Belongs to the Neighborhood
PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY | 2019
"The idea? Keep one thing pure and authentic about a community overrun by development and gentrification that has made many parts of the area unrecognizable. More importantly, the 11,000 square-foot space serves as anything the community needs it to be. Concert venue for up and coming artists? Already done. A place to hold community meetings? Yep. A home for artists of all types to use the walls as a canvas for graffiti art? All of that.”
Preserving a House that is Camden's Direct Link to 1776
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER | 2019
"The Camden County Historical Society is energetically exploring this idea as a way to preserve, restore, and re-purpose the building on the privately owned, 17-acre property at 75 Erie St. A subterranean portion of the house may date to the late 17th century, when Europeans first settled in what became known as Coopers Point."
Mixed-Use Plus Offices Coming Soon at Germantown & Cecil B Moore
OCF REALTY | 2019
"About a year and a half after we first told you to expect a sizable new project at 1700 Germantown Ave., plans are coalescing into one of the most unique developments to date in South Kensington...Not only did this business successfully capture a large share of the local pallet market, but they also allowed graffiti artists to use the walls of their property to create some of the most unique street art in town."
Residential Development with Green Features Planned for Kensington Site
CURBED PHILADELPHIA | 2019
"Renderings for the new building show that the public, open spaces on the ground floor will be covered in graffiti-like art—an homage to the colorful graffiti that currently adorns the few buildings at the site."
Rittenhouse Realty Advisors Sells “State of the Art” Apartment Building in Northern Liberties Neighborhood of Philadelphia
GLOBAL NEWSWIRE | 2018
"Chris Egan, a Senior Associate at RRA, stated: 'This is a beautifully constructed building with all the bells and whistles on a great block in Northern Liberties. The buyers were keen on the technology features and energy efficiency designed into the construction of the building.'"
5 Philly Rentals with Great Roof Decks
PHILLYMAG | 2018
“Looking to live smarter and greener? Try this brand-new, 16-unit boutique apartment building in Northern Liberties with a striking deck on its green roof. Your apartment comes wired for the future, with a Nest thermostat, smartphone-controlled Philips Hue lighting, door locks with digital keys, smart appliances and a gigabit network with Nighthawk router plus a network for your guests. There are spaces for you and your pooch to stretch your legs, and the building is Energy Star rated..."
North Philly Graffiti Wall to Come Down, But a New Canvas Will Replace It
PHILLY VOICE | 2018
"Sometime in the near future, the wall that wraps around that corner will be coming down. But it's not a goodbye, it's a new beginning. That's according to both Rodriguez and the developer behind a large project planned for 1700-50 Germantown Ave., a property that includes the iconic graffiti location."
The Platinum Standard in Northern Liberties for $1.433 million
PHILLY MAG | 2018
"So just how green is this brand-new townhouse in the heart of Northern Liberties? Not too green, judging from that picture above. Looks more like gray and black dominate, though those Spanish cedar doors and balcony railings add a splash of natural color. But the green we’re talking about here largely concerns what you can’t see just from looking at the pictures. This just-finished, luxurious townhouse happens to be the first LEED Platinum-certified new-construction single-family residence in Philadelphia."
PECO New Home Rebates Unveil New ENERGY STAR Certified Multifamily Units in Philadelphia
PSD CONSULTING | 2016
"938 New Market Street received over $7,000 from PECO New Home Rebates, which rewards builders who construct homes that meet ENERGY STAR standards or significantly surpass residential energy code...”