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Exterior facing work continues at the Trenton Stables construction site in Fishtown. Brickwork is completed in front (picture 1) and back (picture 2) and it's on to stucco and aluminum. Aluminum composite material will cover the exposed wood...Read more »
For the past few years, Philadelphia Inquirer real estate reporter Alan J. Heavens has been plugging away at profiling each and every community in the Delaware Valley. This month he...Read more »
As work on Trenton Stables continues, exterior facing has begun, as seen in the above photo (click on the picture for detail). The first floor's Black Diamond bricks are being installed, revealing the sleek, modern yet organic look of these...Read more »
Luxury townhomes along Trenton Avenue in Fishtown are taking shape as construction proceeds quickly at the AGA Developer's Trenton Stables project.
Affordable and Comfortable Living
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Now that the weather finally suits our clothes, construction is moving along rapidly at the Trenton Stables luxury townhome development in Fishtown.
Roof Top Decks have taken Shape
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The Uncover Philly video series recently paid a visit to Fishtown, with videographer Cory J Popp declaring the hip enclave “Philadelphia’s most interesting neighborhood.”
Fishtown Sees Trends in Urban Revival
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The luxury townhomes being built on Trenton Avenue in Fishtown include rear garages fronting Blair Street (the two historic streets come together in a flatiron-shaped corner just a block away from Frankford Avenue). With work picking up for the...Read more »
AGA Developers does not start framing until this Wednesday (4/8), but three of the six units in the Trenton Stables development in Fishtown are already sold.
AGA announced Friday, April 3 that 2229 Trenton Ave. is now under...Read more »
Fishtown’s boom is no flash in the pan. Every month brings new news of exciting developments big and small in the historic Philly neighborhood straddling Frankford Avenue North of Girard.
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s...Read more »