INTECH is honored as one of Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work. Thank you to all of our fantastic employees, and congratulations on receiving this award. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.
Camden may not have a hotel, but that will soon change. Hilton has started work on a new 180-room property that will be the first hotel in decades for the South Jersey city. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.
Lincoln Square Historic Train Shed Rehabilitation and Addition has received the 2019 Economic Impact Award from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia for preservation that benefits economic development. Read more on Preservation Alliance.
Headquartered in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, the investment and asset management firm embraced an elegant activity-based workspace model for their new 67,500 SF office. See the article on Officelovin’.
Subaru of America already has its own street outside a new headquarters here. It’s about to get a bridge, too. But while Subaru Drive carries cars and trucks, the company’s span will serve workers walking between the 250,000-square-foot headquarters and a smaller facility now under construction. See the article on Courier Post.
Another edition of the Docomomo US Modernism in America Awards has come to a close! Today, the non-profit group announced 13 winners of the 2018 awards competition, which distinguished outstanding restoration projects that demonstrate high levels of design expertise and commitment to historic preservation. See the article on Archinect.
For Philadelphia hotels, small might be the next big thing. Crews are scheduled to begin work this spring near the southeast corner of 19th and Ludlow Streets in Center City on an outpost of the Pod Hotels chain, part of a growing hospitality genre known as micro-hotels. They’re defined by tiny rooms, trendy design flourishes, […]
When a team of New Yorkers came down to Philly to open an all-day cafe at 2929 Walnut Street, on the border between Center City and University City, they faced a few challenges that went beyond the unusual location. See the article on EATER PHILADELPHIA.
The Lincoln Square mixed-use development still has a ways to go, but already the project has completely transformed the corner of South Broad and Washington Avenue. See the article on Curbed Philadelphia.
The Graham Co., an insurance and benefits broker, just finished a year-long makeover to several floors of its workplace. See the article on bizjournals.com.