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If you work in architecture, you might have come across something called "real-time rendering." You might have heard the young intern, who started this summer, preaching about the ingenuity of this technology from the future. Maybe you saw this demo reel by Epic all over social media. Fascinated by technological breakthroughs, anyone would have a difficult time restraining their imagination. One might have already thought, "The possibilities are endless!", "How can I use this technology right now?", "This will distinguish my work from my competitor's", and so forth. The FOMO is real, but you may not need it after all.
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In 2019, Philadelphia City Council announced a major change to the 10-year tax abatement for residential development. The 20-year-old program that originally encouraged residential development in the city will drastically reduce incentives for new homeowners and developers—but now they don't go into effect until 2022. Here's what you need to know about the 10-year tax abatement changes and other development tax bills that recently passed.Read More >
The real estate development scene in Philadelphia remains active despite the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. No matter the neighborhood, construction can be seen on nearly every block. Our team has analyzed available data regarding properties, zoning, and permits to get a clearer picture of the state of development.Read More >
Imagine an open space with big windows, interesting details, high ceilings, and natural light flooding in. Now picture yourself in a low, dark, and stuffy building. Which one sounds more conducive to productivity and happiness? It's no wonder that architecture can have an impact on your mood.Read More >