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Ann Marchino wins ASLA Award!

This past weekend, Ann Marchino was recognized by the PA-DE Chapter of ASLA and received the Distinguished Service Award.  This is the chapter’s highest award for a Landscape Architect. This award is presented to a…

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New Promotions & Registrations

BartonPartners is happy to announce a trio of new promotions and registrations among our team. We would like to congratulate John Piascik on becoming a registered landscape architect and April Weldon on becoming a registered architect, both in…

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Windsor Station Groundbreaking

Last week, BartonPartners’ Windsor Station Team, Matthew Koenig, Matt Henigan, Jason Singer and Gosia Primavera attended the groundbreaking for the new two building, $22 million apartment complex.

BartonPartners wins 2015 Urban Land Institute Rouse Award

BartonPartners was honored last night to win a 2015 Urban Land Institute Rouse Award for Excellence. We are thankful to the ULI for the award and also congratulate the fellow winners and nominees. To find out more about the event, please click here.

Oxford Mills Wins 2015 Historic Preservation Award

Oxford Mills has received the 2015 Jury Award for Historic Preservation from the Historical Preservation Alliance of Philadelphia. The project is the adaptive reuse of a former factory complex that had been underutilized for years. Oxford Mills provides teachers and nonprofits cost savings on living and work space and also help promote a collaborative, supportive environment. For more information on the event, please click here. Congratulations to all the recipients!

“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 options for the revitalization of the McCleary Hill public housing complex in Hagerstown, Maryland that would transform the community into a residential neighborhood. The program included 250-Home Community on 30-plus acres called Noland Village. Click here to read more.

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The Fairmount at Brewerytown 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…