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October 16, 2019

Philadelphia, PA – October 16, 2019. Bernardon announced today that its mixed-use, multifamily residential community, 520 Lofts, has been awarded the Grand Project of the Year in the Mid-Rise category by Multifamily Executive. Located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 520 Lofts is steps from Allentown’s museum and arts district. The building was designed to appeal to creative […]

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March 11, 2019

Chestnut Square consists of 205 rental units in a four-story building, 11,000 sf of indoor amenities, and 14,000 sf of exterior landscape. An exceptional in-fill location of almost an entire city block, Chestnut Square is walkable to the vibrant, historic downtown of West Chester, which includes the county seat/courthouse, West Chester University, and more than […]

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October 31, 2018

Bernardon’s design of a private lake house on Silver Lake in Rehoboth, Delaware has been nominated for the Beach House category in  Delaware Today’s 2018 Home Design Contest Join us at the Delaware Art Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 13 as we reveal this year’s winners.  The Lake House Douglas Hertsenberg of Bernardon, along with Dewson Construction and Ted Pearson Interior […]

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September 4, 2018

Bernardon is pleased to announce that architect Timothy D. Kiser, AIA has been recognized as a 2018 DBT40 Award winner by the Delaware Business Times. Timothy’s exceptional work on the design of the Saint-Gobain and CertainTeed North American Headquarters in Malvern, PA; the design of The Tower at STAR Campus at the University of Delaware in […]

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November 16, 2017

The annual Montgomery Awards recognize the best in planning, design, and advocacy in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The program promotes awareness of outstanding design and innovative planning in our communities by awarding successful land developments, revitalization efforts, open space enhancements, environmental sustainability, and transportation improvements.

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