Portfolio

  • Boulevard

    The centerpiece of White Plains’ retail corridor revitalization, the Boulevard mixed-use development establishes a robust connection between disparate development along Post Road.

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  • Broad and Spring Garden

    Our proposal for a prominent 68,000SF prominent corner site in Center City

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  • Lancaster Square at Gates Circle

    A competition-winning design, the Gateway Building at Lancaster Square is a first-phase mixed-use, multi-family residential building with fifty-nine units located adjacent to Frederick Law Olmstead’s historic Gates Circle in Buffalo NY.

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  • One Theater Square

    A 1.2 acre site at One Theater Square in downtown Newark, NJ will be transformed into a high density residential and mixed use destination.

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  • Philadelphia Housing Authority Headquarters

    The Philadelphia Housing Authority Headquarters is a new 135,000 square foot five story office building designed to efficiently combine current PHA departments that are currently spread throughout Philadelphia.

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  • Parx Excite Center

    The high quality performance space along with the luxury dressing rooms, green room and roadie support spaces attract prospective acts to Parx while state of the art sound and light technology combined with short sight lines from everywhere in the space, attract audiences.

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  • Parx Poker Room

    BLTa worked with Parx to create a space that is unique to the casino with custom fabric wall panels, wood wainscoting with stone cap, custom carpet, and feature lighting.

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  • 325 Chestnut and 400 Market

    The Founders Collection, situated in Philadelphia’s Market Street East and only steps to Independence Hall, consists of four properties totaling over 700,000 square feet of office, retail, and parking.

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  • eberly college of science student academic advising and collaborative learning center

    The original Charles Z. Klauder Potato Grower’s Hospital, built in 1929 as a gift of the Potato Growers of the State of Pennsylvania and later expanded and renamed after PSU physician Joseph Ritenour during a 1954 expansion by Trautwein & Howard, is being retooled to modern needs of the University.

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