Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — January 17 - 30, 2014 — 13C


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Collaborating with Pennoni assoc. & the Remington Grp. Timhaahs provides design services for parking facility


hiLadELPhia, Pa — The Philadelphia chapter of the Com-

mercial Real Estate Women (CREW) awarded the new Philadelphia Zoo Centennial District Transportation Center with its Impact Award. The Im- pact Award recognizes a project completed within the last three years that had a measurable economic impact on the Greater Philadelphia Region. Timhaahs provided full de- sign services for the 683-space parking facility, serving Zoo visitors, as well as the adjacent blooming Centennial District. The facility also includes a pedestrian ramp overlooking the upgraded plaza for a higher level of service for families that visit the Zoo. Cognizant of the Centennial District’s anticipat- ed future growth, the structure will prove to be an integral part of the District’s revitalization and development. TimHaahs provided parking planning and design, as well as full architectural documenta- tion and structural engineering for the stand-alone parking facility. TimHaahs also worked with Pennoni associates and the Remington Group on the project. n

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Pa Builders association elects stanley of huB to vice president LanCasTER, Pa — hart- man underhill & Brubaker, LLC (huB) announced that

“It’s a great honor to be elect- ed as associate vice-president of the Pennsylvania Builders Association,” said Stanley. “I have been associated with the industry for most of my legal career and am very interested in property rights, the land- use entitlement process, and affordable housing. This role will allow me to advance these, and other, critically important industry-wide priorities,” he said.

Stanley’s practice at HUB focuses on zoning, land use, and land development matters. He represents local, regional and national development clients in South Central Pennsylvania, including Lancaster, Lebanon, Dauphin, York and Berks Coun- ties. Stanley earned his J.D. from University of Dayton in 1981, joined HUB that same year, became a partner in 1989, and was elected the firm’s man- aging partner in 2010. n

partner Mark stanley has been elected associate vice president of the Pennsyl- vania Build- ers associa- tion board of directors for 2014.

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