Post Brothers is a nationally-recognized leader in development, innovation, and sustainability. Since the company’s founding in Philadelphia in 2006 it has developed more than 30 properties and 4,000 apartments, which have all thrived due to a common theme: making a level of upscale state-of-the-art living accessible at a price point which and to people for whom it was not previously available.
Post Brothers’ triple bottom line objectives have resulted in constructing the first LEED-certified residential highrise in Philadelphia, being the largest private buyer of wind-generated electricity in the Philadelphia region, winning best places to work awards, and making six-star-resort-quality living within reach for public school teachers.
By being vertically integrated with over 200 employees providing deep in-house expertise in design, construction, leasing, and management the company is able to maintain a singular focus on product quality, creating homes that bear the collective wisdom of our enterprise. The company’s employee ownership structure ensures execution by those who care deeply about making superlative properties and effectuating exceptional experiences for our residents.
Rafael Viñoly Architects, founded in 1983 and based in New York City — with offices in London, Manchester, Abu Dhabi, Buenos Aires, Chicago, and Palo Alto — is an internationally renowned architectural firm with projects spanning six continents. Recent projects include 432 Park Avenue, the seminal icon of Billionaires Row in Manhattan, and the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.
PZS Architects is an architecture firm that provides planning, programming, and design services to residential, institutional, and commercial clients.
They are committed to delivering the highest quality design and technical expertise, as demonstrated through notable residential projects throughout Philadelphia, such as 10 Rittenhouse Square and The Alison Building, and strive to create elegant, sustainable, and well-crafted architecture that enriches the lives of those who experience their work.
Re:Vision was founded in 2002 to make a positive difference through the work of design and building professionals who wanted to unapologetically combine their passions for natural, built, and human environments. Our early business model was influenced by Philadelphia restaurateur Judy Wicks who shared her market-edge expertise in sourcing local foods with her restaurant's competition, thereby raising the entire bar for local foods. This challenged us to acknowledge that if we really believe in sustainability, we can't favor individual market share over market transformation. So, we found a way to both practice green architecture and support others in achieving more sustainable designs and operations.