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office + retail

1900 Chestnut Street Retail

Philadelphia, PA


This prime Rittenhouse corner, formerly a collection of small buildings of mixed uses, is now becoming a large urban hub for the new Target urban prototype, TargetExpress. The master plan of the site will include a residential tower and other large retail parcels. The retail shell is  currently under construcion, which will be occupied the ground and 2nd floor of the corner building. TargetExpress stores are described as the retailer's newest and smallest format at approximately 20,000 square feet. It will be a flexible-format concept that more easily fit into a densely populated urban area while catering to them. The store is centered around shoppers who are walking, biking or taking mass transit to the store and not driving a car. 

project credit: Eimer-Design

The Latham Retail

Philadelphia, PA


Formally the Latham Hotel, this unique properties is convereted to provide micro apartments, while providing a large ground floor retail space. This prime corner at Walnut and 17th Street is in the heart of ths shopping hub for Philadelphia. Previously used as the hotel's lobby, the double height space will allow for a large flagship retail store to make a presence on Walnut Street. Only one block from Rittenhouse, the foot traffic promotes a viberant community, which demands permium shopping experiences. The existing building has been reconfigured to allow for this space to take shape, with large, 2-story storefronts, on both streets, and leaving a small residential lobby for The Latham at 17th.  With a Rittenhouse location, this space is right in the center of Philadelphia’s dining, shopping and transportation hub.

project credit: Pearl Properties

Exelon Tower

Baltimore, MD


This new office building serves a Fortune 100 Company. It is a mixed use project consisting of 415,000 SF of offices with a base floor of 41,000 SF of retail. The project features an open trading floor of 65,000 SF with soaring ceilings. The project also includes a separate apartment building and 750 car parking garage. It is currently tracking LEED Gold.  

100 West Putnam Avenue

Greenwich, CT


The transformation of the former UST corporate headquarters into a modern, high-profile, multi-tenant office building. Located at a prominent intersection in Greenwich, a soaring four-story, curved, transparent atrium passage creates a gateway into downtown Greenwich. A delicate cable truss structure will support the new atrium’s low-iron glazing, allowing views through the building and reinforcing the link to the downtown business district. Dramatic open bridges with glass rails traverse the atrium connecting the two office areas at each floor.  The existing facades will be lightened by replacing the existing dark bronze glazing with new high performance glass that maximizes day lighting.

project credit: Perkins Eastman

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