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Alterra Property Group

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U-City Apartment Building Takes Modular Construction to the Next LVL

Modular construction offers several advantages for both builders and developers. Builders get better quality control using factory-built boxes, and the fact that they’re produced indoors […]

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Apartment Profile: The Peyton

Alterra Property Group has developed a great deal of expertise at breathing new life into old buildings since it was formed almost 15 years ago. […]


A First Look at Lincoln Square

Officials of Alterra Property Group, Kimco Real Estate, and the city government officially marked the completion of construction on Lincoln Square with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting […]


Broad and Washington Development Scorecard: Blatstein’s 1001 vs. Alterra’s Lincoln Square

With the announcement last week that Alterra Property Group had signed on to develop the mostly empty lot at the northwest corner of Broad and […]


1760 Market Street Sells to a Few Familiar Faces

A tired office building at 18th and Market has traded hands, and you might recognize the names of the new owners. A joint venture between […]


Headlines: Walnut Street’s Art Deco “Icon” Has Been Sold

A photo posted by Pennsporter (@pennsporter) on Jun 12, 2015 at 2:12pm PDT One of Philly’s standout examples of Art Deco architecture, the majestic Icon […]


Headlines: Apartments Planned for Superfresh Society Hill Site?

The Superfresh in Society Hill is near and dear to the hearts of nearby residents. So, it’s probably a safe bet that near-neighbors will be […]


PHOTOS: Leasing Has Started at Avenir on Fifteenth in Center City

Last March (boy, that was quick), we told you about six Philadelphia development projects that were springing forward this year. For fun, we tacked on […]


New Owner Means Changes Coming to The Versailles

The Versailles Apartments at 16th and Locust Street has a new owner, and he’s looking to make some serious changes in 2015. The Inquirer’s PhillyDeals […]