Episode 7: Sarina Rose, Senior Vice President of Development, Post Brothers Sarina Rose oversees the day-to-day development for all of Post Brothers elaborate projects from start to finish. Sarina focuses on reinventing herself, her contractors, and finding the true “win-win” between all parties involved in a project.
Larry Platt, from The Philadelphia Citizen, caught up with our President Matt Pestronk to discuss how Post Brothers is leading the charge on tackling workforce development and creating more opportunities in local Philadelphia communities. “There will be renewed emphasis to create entrepreneurship and housing within urban neighborhoods that benefits the people there already, while welcoming […]
Thank you to everyone who made this year’s Cheers for CHOP an astounding success! With your help, we raised more than $775,000 to support breakthroughs in pediatric research and care at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and we had a blast doing it, thanks to the entertainment by Philly’s own DJ Jazzy Jeff, as well as the nationally renowned […]
From its start, the Piazza has always stood at the heart of Northern Liberties. Walk into the central square now, though, and you’ll find luxury residences and modern amenities revitalizing the former site of Schmidt’s brewery. The glass-wrapped spaces offer the latest in city living, all at the nexus of one of Philly’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Here’s what […]
Dressing rooms, standalone soaking tubs and saltwater pools aren’t perks typically associated with apartment living — but it’s not fair to call the penthouses at Presidential City simply apartments, either. The luxe suites centrally located on City Avenue in Philadelphia don’t skimp on size or substance, with spacious layouts and unparalleled amenities that would impress both Center […]
Post Brothers partnered with West Poplar neighborhood association, Richard Allen New Generation to bring a more minority workforce to their most recent project, The Poplar. Check out Summer Wood’s story as she went through the program and now on her way to set herself for a long successful career.
Check out The Irvine and the resident spotlight on Nick Gerszi. Dive into why he chose The Irvine, and how his move from California and the Coast Guard started with a brand new apartment in and a brand new city – a true fresh start.
Post Brothers is embarking on the next and final phase of the Piazza in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia with a $500 million development of 1,100 apartments in multiple buildings.
Post Brothers President Matt Pestronk has never shied away from speaking his mind, especially when it comes to the political infrastructure of his hometown of Philadelphia’s policies surrounding development. But he has made just as many waves with his company’s developments in the Philly area and beyond.
With its ambitious projects and outspoken CEO, Post Brothers is one of the more visible development companies in Philadelphia. Senior Vice President of Development Sarina Rose only contributes to one of those factors, but leading market-setting projects like Presidential City and the recently completed Atlantic at Broad and Spruce streets are achievements that prove she deserves a little […]
Is that you, Piazza? The Northern Liberties central square is changing at a whirlwind pace judging by the all-new apartments and amenities popping up in the neighborhood. The total transformation is all part of the Post Brothers’ ongoing mission to make NoLibs a premier place to live in Philly.
This past weekend marked the end of another record-breaking season for a festive Philadelphia tradition called Parks on Tap, a roving beer garden that, combined with additional social activities, showed once again how Philly is serving as a national model for using beer, wine and liquor to drive urban placemaking and fundraising. Read more at Forbes.com, https://www.forbes.com/sites/taranurin/2019/10/04/with-permanent-pod-parks-and-traveling-beer-gardens-philadelphia-pioneers-new-approaches-to-placemaking/#5a4c8f924215
At The Atlantic, a 268-unit community in Philadelphia’s Center City, that rent—ranging from $2,095 for a studio to $7,725 for a three-bedroom—includes tech goodies like an iPad installed on the wall of each unit to manage lighting, the Atmos Home automated environmental control system, and Lutron-powered window coverings. While all of that is built into […]
A look at the poshest – and priciest – rental apartment on the market. Looking for “Billionaire’s Row”-style luxury but don’t want to move to Gladwyne or care for a lawn? You can have it right on the Avenue of the Arts for a mere $19,995 per month, no mortgage or long-term commitment required. What’s more, […]
On July 31, 2019, Post Brothers Apartments celebrated the opening of The Irvine Apartments which are located in the redeveloped West Philadelphia Warehouse. Guests arrived at the newly redeveloped building where they were greeted by a glass of champange before being whisked to the upper floors to see sample apartments. Afterwards, everyone gathered on the first floor patio […]
Post Brothers President Matt Pestronk believes there’s a small window within every business cycle in which it’s best to cultivate relationships with financiers.
Post Brothers has completed a $30 million conversion of a 100-year-old warehouse in West Philadelphia into apartments. The building at 780 S. 52nd St. near the Baltimore Avenue corridor has 150 units. In 2017, Post Brothers paid $2.4 million for the 115,835-square-foot building that had sat vacant for more than 10 years and moved ahead with […]
A new park just feet away from the Piazza in Northern Liberties will soon feature something for everyone. The park located on Germantown Avenue at N. 2nd Street and owned by Post Brothers, will feature dining, art, civic space, kids and fitness components on 35,000 square feet of outdoor space. “When we purchased The Piazza […]
Post Brothers purchased The Piazza in 2017 and will begin their complete overhaul of the 80,000 square foot site starting with renovating units, adding a lux pool & fitness club, & bring in new retail and restaurants that fit better with the Northern Liberties neighborhood.
Get a first look at The Atlantic Building located on 1401 Spruce Street. Starchitect Rafael Viñoly adds a historic conversion to his portfolio of Philadelphia projects.
We are proud to announce that Post Brothers CEO Mike Pestronk has been selected as one of the Most Admired CEOs by the Philadelphia Business Journal. The notable honorees of this annual award come from companies across various industries throughout the greater Philadelphia area, and are evaluated on their leadership skills, professional and personal accomplishments, […]
We are excited to announce that our Presidential City property has won two ABC Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Awards of Excellence for 2018: First Place for the Excellence In Construction Award for Best Restoration/Renovation Over $10 Million, and the Champion of Merit Award. The Excellence in Construction Award recognizes outstanding construction practices in the region, and […]
New restaurants have arrived at our Hamilton Court apartments. The ground floor retail level will now offer Philly-favorite Steve’s Prince of Steaks, Halal Guys, I-CE-NY Philly, Bonchon, Tea Do and Creamery Cafe ice cream shop to the public, but particularly to our large population of University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University attendees.
We are proud to announce that Yvette Stewart-Glimp, our vice president of property management, has been named among Philadelphia Business Journal’s Women of Distinction 2018. The annual list recognizes 35 influential business women from all industries in the Philadelphia area with outstanding achievements, both in their profession and within their community.
The opportunity-seeking duo have a knack for finding diamonds in the rough, polishing them, then marketing them with a flair for showmanship. From their beginnings in Germantown in the mid-2000s, the actual brothers behind Post Brothers, Matt and Mike Pestronk, have had a bloodhound’s ability to pick up the scent of an apartment building that wasn’t living up […]
“They made a great buy and did a good job, but I think they knew the property could be more than it is today,” Mike Pestronk, chief executive officer of Post Brothers, said of the Kushner-Oaktree partnership. “Over time, they came to realize that they could use a local partner with a little bit more […]
The Philadelphia real estate company is involved in a transaction that will give it a controlling interest in the mixed-use community that has defined the Northern Liberties neighborhood since it was developed in 2009.
We are proud to announce that Presidential City has been chosen by the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal as the Best Historic Preservation Project of 2017. As Philadelphia’s largest residential redevelopment project, Presidential City underwent a $100 million renovation and is now a thriving rental community that rivals the most upscale rental properties in Center […]
New York-based blogger The Bergen Skinny joined us for our grand opening event at The Duchess, and fell in love with the building. The spacious apartments with walk-in closets and NYC skyline-views did not disappoint. Check out her rundown from the event, and review of the building.
Jersey’s go-to blog Hoboken Girl gives the overview of The Duchess, North Bergen’s hottest rental community. The spacious homes boast skyline views and top-of-the-line finishes and appliances, complimented by a generous amenity package. Check out what Hoboken Girl had to say about The Duchess after their tour.
NJ.COM came to our opening event at The Duchess and we gave them an exclusive tour. Check out their photo gallery of our model residences, amenities and stunning city views.
Post Brother’s Zak Klinvex was named one of Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal‘s 30 Under 30 for his work on The Atlantic financing deal. Check out what Zak had to say about working in real estate and his biggest influences in his career thus far.
Highly amenitized buildings are popping up all over Philadelphia, capitalizing on the super-luxe trend that’s hit New York City, Miami and Los Angeles. From fire pits and lounge areas with flat screen TVs, to year-round swimming pools, saunas, and gyms with every fitness option available – these aren’t your standard building amenities.
Post Brothers have officially closed on the purchase of The Duchess in Edgewater, NJ. The multifamily residential project features Situated adjacent to Hackensack Hospital, The Duchess offers a mix of studio and one-, two- and three-bedroom homes with interior design by Paris Forino. This acquisition marks Post Brothers’ first project outside of Philadelphia, and signals […]
The Post Brothers have announced the completion of The Adams, the fourth and final apartment tower at Philadelphia’s Presidential City. Comprising 1,000 apartments, The Adams milestone marks the completion of the largest redevelopment residential project in the city, which the Post Brothers began in 2014. At the heart of the massive apartment complex is the […]
Post Brothers received Grand status recognition from the Multi Family Executive Awards for best renovation for the $120 million repositioning/redevelopment of Presidential City. The successful initiative was the single largest residential redevelopment in the Philadelphia region.
We are honored to be named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal‘s Best Places to work in 2017. We have a great team and are proud of the work they do in Philadelphia and the Northeast.
Mike Pestronk takes FOX 29 on a tour of Presidential City to show off the transformation that Post Brothers has achieved with its renovations. From the graciously-sized penthouses to Sora pool club, the complex’s much lauded year-round outdoor pool and lounge area, it’s easy to see why Presidential City has been such a success.
We are proud to have been included in the Best Real Estate Deals of 2016 for Presidential City, the largest residential redevelopment in the Philadelphia area.
Post Brothers has tapped celebrated French architect Philippe Maidenberg to design the lobby and model residences at the fourth and last tower to be rebuilt at Presidential City.
This past weekend marked the end of another record-breaking season for a festive Philadelphia tradition called Parks on Tap, a roving beer garden that, combined with additional social activities, showed once again how Philly is serving as a national model for using beer, wine and liquor to drive urban placemaking and fundraising.