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Philadelphia Inquirer: A Luxury Philadelphia Apartment Where ‘It’s Like Being On Vacation’
20th August, 2020

“When I visited the penthouse where we live, I just fell in love with it,” said Noel, co-owner of NoelSy Art and Beauty hair salon with Kraisoraphong and Betty Lin Sy in nearby Bala Cynwyd. “You can’t really find these spaces and amenities in the city, and the grounds are amazing. It’s like being on […]

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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Philly developers propose thousands of new apartments in a rush to beat the tax abatement change
10th August, 2020

The Piazza Terminal will eventually have 1,100 apartments. Most units at the Terminal are the usual one- and two-bedrooms, but Post is so optimistic about Philadelphia’s future that it is now planning a 102-unit project aimed at families. Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer, https://www.inquirer.com/real-estate/inga-saffron/philadelphia-apartment-construction-tax-abatement-pandemic-coronavirus-delaware-waterfront-center-city-pmc-post-brothers-20200810.html

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Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal: The Atlantic’s ATMOS Home System Sets Standard for Indoor Environments in Apartment Buildings
24th July, 2020

The Atlantic’s developers, Post Brothers, also installed ATMOS Home, a best-in-class apartment technology system, in its apartments in order to give residents full control over the quality of their home – helping them create the best conditions for their physical (and mental) health. ATMOS can adjust lighting, environ- mental controls, and even the Lutron-powered window […]

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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Philly developers propose thousands of new apartments in a rush to beat the tax abatement change
10th August, 2020
The Piazza Terminal will eventually have 1,100 apartments. Most units at the Terminal are the usual one- and two-bedrooms, but Post is so optimistic about Philadelphia’s future that it is now planning a 102-unit project aimed at families.

The Piazza Terminal will eventually have 1,100 apartments. Most units at the Terminal are the usual one- and two-bedrooms, but Post is so optimistic about Philadelphia’s future that it is now planning a 102-unit project aimed at families.

Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer, https://www.inquirer.com/real-estate/inga-saffron/philadelphia-apartment-construction-tax-abatement-pandemic-coronavirus-delaware-waterfront-center-city-pmc-post-brothers-20200810.html