Building & Renovations
We create turnkey properties ready for sale. Our integrated approach includes purchasing, renovating, revamping, & furnishing.
Real Estate Owned Properties
Our REO projects are focused on stabilizing communities and renewing some of Philadelphia's most historical neighborhoods.
From The Ground Up
Our new construction sites are handpicked for optimal return and community impact.
Neighborhoods We're Building In
One of the oldest settlements in Philadelphia, Germantown has a relaxed, backyard feel that complements its many historic attractions. Unique eateries and stores thrive next door to 300-year-old buildings and significant American Revolution sites comprising Germantown
Avenue, the main thoroughfare connecting Germantown to Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill.
Mt. Airy is one of three Northwest Philadelphia neighborhoods that together comprised Germantown Township, the second-oldest community in present-day Philadelphia. It remains one of the city’s most racially and socioeconomically diverse areas, with a multicultural vibe and homes on its East and West sides ranging from $250,000 to $1.5 million.
There’s no shortage of cool in Fishtown, which has emerged as Philly’s truest harbor of artistic, culinary, and musical action. This classic working-class neighborhood offers a colorful exception to the city’s gridded urban rule with its collection of narrow streets beset with modest row homes and independently-owned businesses.
Once considered an up-and-coming neighborhood, Northern Liberties has arrived, evident by the international restaurants, respected gastropubs & and the artistic vibe that made it so cool in the first place. The warehouses that populate the former manufacturing district have found new life as condos, galleries, stores, and restaurants combine with newly designed buildings.
Tacony is a neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a population of 17,899. Living in Tacony offers residents a dense suburban feel with many
bars and parks nearby. About 8 miles from Center City Philadelphia, it is bounded by Frankford Avenue on the northwest, Cottman Avenue on the northeast, Robbins Street on the southwest, and the Delaware River and Interstate 95 on the southeast.
Wissinoming is a neighborhood in the Near Northeast section of Philadelphia. It was the site of locomotive builder Matthias Baldwin's estate "Wissinoming", which was located near Tacony and Van Kirk Streets. Bordered by I-95 and the Delaware River waterfront in between Tacony, Bridesburg, and Port Richmond neighborhoods, Wissinoming is in the path of progress.