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BartonPartners Quoted in Architectural Record

Laura Gamble, project manager at BartonPartners, shares her recent experience with building green. In today's growing movement for green and sustainable building design, developers are now expecting their design and construction teams to have knowledge…

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“The A-Team” in Affordable Housing News

An article called “The A-Team” in Affordable Housing News about the successful developments of the Hagerstown Housing Authority featured BartonPartners’ McCleary Hill Project. The Hagerstown Housing Authority hired BartonPartners to develop a series of redevelopment…

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The Fairmount at Brewerytown

Philly.curbed.com featured BartonPartners’ adaptive reuse project The Fairmount at Brewerytown in Philadelphia. This mixed-use project includes 162 loft style apartments with 10,000 square feet of retail space and a large roof deck amenity area. Click here…

BartonPartners Announces Two New Project Managers

BartonPartners is pleased to announce the promotion of Matthew Henigan and the new addition of Al Shissias to Project Manager. “Both Project Managers bring a variety of experience and dedication to their roles and their recently expanded project teams,” said Bob Cogan, AIA, Principal at BartonPartners. “I have the utmost confidence in their abilities to lead projects throughout the office.” Al joined BartonPartners with over 10 years of experience working on a variety of projects, including multi-family, mixed-use, educational, senior living,…

Conifer Village at Rittenberg Breaks Ground

Egg Harbor City, New Jersey On May 12, 2014 representatives from the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJ HMFA), the New Jersey State legislature, Egg Harbor City, and Conifer Realty celebrated the groundbreaking for Conifer Village at Rittenberg, a 100-unit affordable senior housing development in Egg Harbor City, Atlantic County. The project, a joint venture between Conifer Realty and MEND, Inc., includes 101 apartments in a mixture of one and two-bedroom units providing affordable housing opportunities for seniors…

Maple Avenue Townhomes Approved

The Morristown Planning Board approved The Maple Avenue Townhome Project, a luxury development located at the gateway to the town’s Historic District in Morristown, New Jersey. Normandy Real Estate Partners hired BartonPartners for their multi-family residential design expertise and experience in successfully navigating the requirements of historically conservative townships. In a neighborhood of overtly early 20th century Victorian single family homes, Normandy knew that getting eight Federal Style townhomes approved was going to be an uphill battle. Courtesy of BartonPartners’ well-crafted…

BartonPartners presented with Sustainability Award

BartonPartners accepted a Silver Level Sustainability Award at GVF’s Annual Sustainability Breakfast this month. The awards recognize organizations for their “outstanding achievement in implementing programs that provide and promote commuting alternatives and their employees and community.” Seth Shapiro, Director of Planning and Urban Design, accepted the award on behalf of BartonPartners from 6abc Actions News meteorologist, David Murphy, and GVF’s Assistant Director, Maureen Farrell. For more information about the awards, click here.

SOKO Lofts Receives CDR Approval

BartonPartners is pleased to announce that the Philadelphia City Planning Commission has recommended the approval of the SOKO Lofts Project in the South Kensington Neighborhood of Philadelphia. Working closely with our client, Canus Corporation, as well as their attorneys, Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP, BartonPartners successfully navigated the project through the city's new Civic Design Review Process.  Read more about the approval process and the SOKO Lofts project here.

Lower Bucks Pediatrics Achieves LEED Certification

Back in 2008, Lower Bucks Pediatrics (LBP) was a successful pediatric practice quickly outgrowing its cramped rental office space in Yardley, Bucks County, PA. The practice, led by Dr. Auren Weinberg, set out to find a large enough location to accommodate its growing needs when they found a nearby site in Yardley that could be transformed into a small office park consisting of three new buildings. The project was completed in Fall 2011 and received LEED certification in November 2012.…

The Hamilton Recognized with Outstanding Rehabilitation Award

The New York State Agency for Homes and Community Renewal recently awarded BartonPartners the Outstanding Rehabilitation Award for our work with Conifer Realty on The Hamilton in Rochester, New York. For the 206 unit mixed-use rehabilitation project, BartonPartners redesigned the existing 1970 brutalist concrete building façade to feature an abstract pattern consisting of 21 different complementary colored panels. Illuminated by LED lighting each night, The Hamilton is now one of the most visible buildings of the city’s skyline. The color…

BartonPartners Presented with GVF Leadership Award

The Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association presented BartonPartners with the 2013 Private Sector Leadership Award this month. Tom Barton accepted the award on behalf of the firm from the GVF Board President, Jeff Guzy, and Executive Director, Rob Henry, at GVF’s 23rd annual meeting. Executive Director, Rob Henry, said, “This award is based on Barton’s leadership in advancing mixed use sustainable communities.  Barton is a leader for our region as we look to redeveloping our communities with a blend…