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IN THE PRESS

The Tioga Family Center, located at 1822-26 W. Tioga Street, recently started constuction. This highly energy efficient affordable housing facility will provide 24 units of family-friendly affordable housing in new construction on an empty lot. Developer Gaudenzia is a nonprofit leader in the field of addiction treatment and recovery services, helping people affected by drug and alcohol dependency, mental illness and related conditions achieve a better quality of life. The project is expected to be completed in 2017.

Read more at: aiaphiladelphia.org

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IN THE PRESS

TCBP-designed Van Pelt Mews, a 12-unit luxury townhouse project in the Rittenhouse, was recently featured in Philadelphia Magazine’s Property blog. The project combines the historic restoration of a 19th-century townhouse and carriage house on Sansom Street with nine large new homes fronting on Van Pelt Street.

Read more at: phillymag.com

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IN THE PRESS

The Inquirer recently covered the plans we developed for 4th and Callowhill, including 454 residential units, 233 parking spots on four levels (one underground), 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, and a sprawling public green space that filters water into a drainage tunnel running through the area.

Read more at: The Inquirer

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IN THE PRESS

The CBP-designed Marie Lederer Senior Center in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia recently celebrated a ten-year anniversary. We’d like to thank Al Heavens for covering the story in the Philadelphia Inquirer. This project converted an historic hospital building into 70 units of affordable housing for seniors.

Read more at: philly.com

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IN THE PRESS

1324 North Broad St., a 17-story mixed use new construction project, was recently granted Civic Design Review and Zoning approvals. The plans include 180 units of housing and ample bicycle parking. The project was featured on Curbed Philly at:

Read more at: philly.curbed.com

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IN THE PRESS

Cecil Baker is honored as a "civic savior" in the Best of Philadelphia issue of Philadelphia Magazine. We are humbled and pleased to see Cecil counted amongst the "Movers, shakers, creators, instigators: the Philadelphians who are crushing it right now."

Read more at: phillymag.com

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IN THE PRESS

College Planning and Management features Cecil Baker + Partners designed Jefferson Accelerator Zone in their June 2016 issue, alongside two other college facilities with unique facades. The article looks at how the kite-like front of this structure not only reflects the mission of the Accelerator Zone but also impacts the vitality of the street.

Read more at: webpcm.com