Put On For Our City: Commercial Zoning Panel at Pipeline

Whether you live in Center City, Germantown, or South Philly, you’ve probably noticed changes up and down the commercial corridors you frequent. As we near the 5yr anniversary of Philadelphia’s first zoning shake-up since the 1950s, are those changes enough to keep up with a rapidly growing and changing city? We’ll explore this with the Read More

Born to Brew: Second District Brewing Opens in Newbold

The garage doors are officially open: Second District Brewing, the latest venture from our friends at LPMG Companies, recently launched in the Newbold neighborhood of South Philly. Two years in the making, this eagerly anticipated and buzzed about brewery further enhances Philadelphia’s beer scene. The Neighborhood This new endeavor aligns with John Longacre’s 15 years of Newbold development to revive Read More

Moving More With Less: Rebranding Florida’s Gateway

Welcome Florida’s Gateway – previously named the Central Florida Intermodal Logistics Center, the high-tech industrial development has a new name and look to reflect the property’s central location as a “gateway” to the rest of the state and region. To coincide with the name change, our team worked with Baltimore’s branch of JLL brokerage to strategize, Read More

2016: At Media’s Year in Review

This past year has been a big one for our team. We expanded our reach to work on projects we’re passionate about in Philadelphia, Baltimore, DC, Denver, and beyond. We’re grateful for the opportunity to make an impact, and for our incredible partners and clients who make it possible. Huge thanks to our partners and Read More

Making Moves: First Place Parklet Lives On in Spring Arts

It’s no secret we greatly enjoy reimagining how spaces are used. So when we learned the AIA National conference was coming to Philadelphia, we teamed up with Stokes Architecture and Kid Hazo to design an award-winning parklet. The task? To transform a parking space into a spot everyone could enjoy for the AIA Convention Parklet Read More

All Hail the Hale Building: More Non-Traditional Office Space on the Rise

Named after the building’s architect, Willis Gaylord Hale–who also happens to be the mastermind behind the Divine Lorraine–the Hale Building located at the corner of Juniper and Chestnut streets has historical significance to Philadelphia. Brickstone Realty recently announced their plans to restore the Hale Building to its original glory, but with modern upgrades for creative offices and two new Read More

Lauren, Welcome to the Crew!

Happy hour aficionado, interactive design buff, and global traveler: Lauren Hayes is joining the fam as At Media’s new Lead Designer. Lauren is a nationally recognized designer with experience building and maintaining brand identities for clients, ranging from Brita and Sweetly Inked’s NYFW Show, to neighborhood bars and restaurants. Her work has been featured by GOOD Read More

Science Center Celebrates Future Growth #Nucleus2016

The Science Center is expanding its footprint and impact, and continuing to develop as a hub of jobs and a major economic driver in Philadelphia. With a mission to retain Philadelphia’s entrepreneurs and organizations at all levels, the Science Center’s programs and resident companies are responsible for $13 billion dollars of annual revenue in the Read More