Friday, August 7, 2015

The Draw of Durat at Crayola Headquarters

W2A Design Group is excited to share Durat's post about W2A Design Group's recent Crayola Headquarters Lobby renovation project!


The Draw of Durat…

Crayola recently designed a new facility incorporating Durat – a natural choice for the colorful company. Drawing on the extensive color offering from Durat, W2A Design customized the material to make it their own - using a white base and multi-color specks for their conference tables and reception counters. Color options for Durat are endless and the applications for Durat are bound only by the designer’s imagination. See more about Durat sheets here. 
Crayola Headquarters Lobby

Crayola Headquarters Main Reception Desk
Crayola Headquarters Boardroom

Follow the link below for the full article:

http://www.caragreen.com/news-and-events/entry/the-draw-of-durat

Thursday, April 9, 2015

McCARTHY'S RED STAG PUB & WHISKEY BAR

Granted Approval From
BETHLEHEM HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
W2A Design Group is excited to be working with Neville Gardner, proprietor of Donegal Square, on facade renovations to McCarthy's Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar in historic downtown Bethlehem. The facade design, inspired by similar pubs in Ireland, will make McCarthy's THE place for a true Celtic experience in the Lehigh Valley!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

IN THE NEWS:

THE LANDMARK 

Receives Allentown Planning Commission Approval 

Monday  The Landmark received approval from the City of Allentown Planning Commission, advancing what will be the Lehigh Valley's tallest building one step closer to reality.  

The design for the 33-story Landmark Tower, on the corner of 9th & Walnut Streets includes space on the first floor for retail stores, with office space on the second through twenty first floors, apartments on the twenty second through thirty third floors including five floors of penthouses, and a substantial attached parking deck.  

In addition to developing detailed design and construction documents, W2A will continue to assist developer Bruce Loch navigating the City approvals process, including obtaining two required zoning variances and ANIZDA funding.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEASE SPACE IN THIS EXCITING NEW BUILDING, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT US!


W2A and Landmark are in the news!  Following are links to our most recent press!






Street View at Night

Night View

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

W2A Moves "The Landmark" Design Forward...

On Tuesday January 13th W2A presented "The Landmark" to Allentown's Planning Commission.

The proposed 33-story multi-use building will be located at 9th & Walnut Streets.  At 420 feet The Landmark will be Pennsylvania's tallest building outside of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. 

Follow the link below for the full WFMZ article:
WFMZ Proposed Landmark Building Would Overshadow Allentown's PPL Landmark

Ariel View

Multiple Occupancies of The Landmark

Commercial Boardroom

Night View Toward Upper Floors
 
Street View From 9th & Walnut Streets, Allentown

Night View From 9th & Walnut Streets, Allentown

Friday, August 29, 2014

LANDMARK TOWER IS BACK IN THE NEWS!

ALLENTOWN DEVELOPER BRUCE LOCH PLEDGES TO MOVE FORWARD WITH LANDMARK TOWER! 

Street View
 On Wednesday evening Mr. Loch requested, and was unanimously granted by the Allentown Parking Authority, an extension for the sale of its lot at Ninth and Walnut Streets until November 6th.  This will allow Mr. Loch time to identify a major tenant, so that he can then close on the property and proceed with Planning and Zoning approvals for the 33-story high-rise Tower.  Construction of the 130,000 square foot building could begin as early as March 2015, depending on the progress of tenant negotiations.


Sample Living Space
The Landmark Tower includes space on the first floor for a restaurant, bank or other retail stores, office space on the second through twenty first floors, apartments on the twenty second through thirty third floors including five floors of penthouses, and a substantial attached parking deck.  At thirty three floors Landmark Tower would become the Lehigh Valley’s tallest building.

Sample Living Space
See the links below for the full articles, and contact W2A if you'd like additional information about this exciting project.

http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/allentown/index.ssf/2014/08/proposal_for_lehigh_valleys_ta.html#incart_river

http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-allentown-landmark-tower-tenant-extension-20140827-story.html