Tom Scannapieco

Scannapieco Development Corporation is one of the region’s most renowned and respected developers. He is widely credited for introducing a whole new level of luxury—ultra luxury—residences to Philadelphia with the award-winning 1706 Rittenhouse Square. Known for a unique ability to painstakingly examine every detail—from selection of location and architect to finishes and fixtures— Scannapieco has a passionate understanding of the whole experience. As testament to this, Scannapieco set the new standard for ultra-luxury residential development with the unprecedented success of 1706 Rittenhouse. With over $1 billion of innovative, trend-setting developments, Scannapieco is widely recognized as one of the most accomplished and creative companies in the development industry. The organization’s projects have received countless accolades, including the coveted Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence – The Americas for 1706 Rittenhouse, and a citation from the Honorable Mayor Michael Nutter.

Parkway Corporation

Parkway Corporation is a family-owned business headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. With more than 70 years of experience in the parking and real estate development industries, the company owns and operates nearly 100 facilities in the United States and Canada (totaling more than 30,000 parking spaces).

Cope Linder Architects

Cope Linder is one of the region's leading architecture and design firms. Since 1966, they have forged innovative ways to elevate the human experience through the integration of architecture, landscape architecture and planning. to visit the Cope Linder Architects website Click here to visit the Cope Linder Architect

L.F. Driscoll Co.

L.F. Driscoll Co. is the largest locally based construction manager in the Philadelphia region. Founded in 1929, L.F. Driscoll continues to provide an exceptional team of construction professionals for projects throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. They are ranked annually as one of the "Nation's Top Construction Managers At-Risk" by the Engineering-News Record.