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Historic Home Restoration: What You Need to Know

A few weeks ago I had coffee with an architect, Richard Pratt of Pratt Design Studio/Historic Home Architects, and lost track of the time we spent talking over project planning and how to properly approach a historic home renovation. He mentioned that on a daily...

Unharnessed Financial Tools for Architects and Engineers

I had a meeting with a connection, John McCardell, who has developed a strategy for companies to set intentional processes that align with natural fiscal periods to get ahead of the data pertinent in decision-making. Here’s the interesting part – it’s exclusively...

The Multifamily Match-up

Having sights on multifamily construction, it’s always good to sit in on a panel discussion looping in the latest progression in the space. Specifically within the Philadelphia region, tax incentives are a big component of how developers can effectively harness...

Construction in a Consumer-Driven Sector

Our own New Jersey is one of the most active retail construction hubs in the US with roughly 4 million square feet of projects in the Northern region alone. With an increase from 19.2% to 23.1% of malls going experiential in non-retail and non-restaurant space in...

Integrated Project Delivery: Irrevocably Producing Desirability?

Imagine you have the conceptual idea of a perfect facility for your business. You sit down with an architect per the recommendation of a colleague, and the renderings are incredible. You can visualize the impact this space will have on your operation, and you gain a...

The Facility Implications of Modern Healthcare

The concept of “value-based care” was a common focal point at the 2019 Healthcare & Medical Properties Conference – stressed during the beginning discussion surrounding operational trends that independent physicians and larger health networks both face. Recent...

The Only Woman in the Room

Business networking has been transformed by the heightened connectivity of social media and mobility—however, no platform can substitute face-to-face interaction. The Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Convention 2019 was a true testament to the power of thoughtful...

Building the Path: Women in Construction

As I sit on a flight to a commercial real estate women’s (CREW) conference, I’m left to set an intention for this time. I’ve been active in events for groups who support the advancement of women in the industry, however I’m eager to see what the week holds having...

Demystifying the 2019 Consumer: ICSC Wrap-Up

Forward-thinking retail real estate and construction continue to approach a convergence, as the lines between digital and brick and mortar become more and more blurred each day. This year, the ICSC PA/NJ/DE Conference introduced some bold shifts in retail supply that...

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