BartonPartners Architects Planners, Inc.

700 E. Main Street
Suite 301
Norristown
PA
19401-4122
Phone: 
(610) 930-2800
Fax: 
(610) 930-2808
Year Established 
1991
About the Firm 
Founded in 1990, BartonPartners is an integrated design firm comprised of architects, urban designers, landscape architects and interior designers. We provide an integrated design approach, which maximizes the quality and efficiency of our projects. With nearly 70 professionals located in Norristown and Center City Philadelphia, BartonPartners has offered professional design services for over twenty-five years throughout the eastern half of the United States. The disposition of our clients is indicative of our success, with over 80% of our projects coming through repeat work.
Types of Work
Health Care/Medical: 
2%
Historic Preservation/Restoration: 
2%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
25%
Housing (Single Family): 
5%
Institutional Facilities: 
2%
Interiors: 
2%
Landscape: 
3%
Planning: 
15%
Public Work (Civic/Gov't): 
2%
Recreational: 
2%
Retail/Shopping: 
5%
Urban Design: 
20%
Special Services 
Sustainable Design
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
69
Architects (Registered): 
23
Landscape Architects: 
2
Interior Designers: 
8
Planners (Urban and Regional): 
2
Interns/Draftspeople: 
28
Graphic Designers: 
1
Administration: 
4
Projects 
1919 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA; SOKO Lofts, Philadelphia, PA; Sterling Apartments, Philadelphia, PA; Park Towne Place, Philadelphia, PA; Oxford Mills, Philadelphia, PA; Madison New Britain, Chalfont, PA; 134 Plymouth Road, Plymouth Meeting, PA; One Ardmore Place, Ardmore, PA; Gregory School Apartments, Long Branch, NJ; Windsor Station, Windsor, CT; Flanagan's Landing, Glastonbury, CT; Mallory Ridge, Bloomfield, CT; Pearl Street Properties, Hartford, CT; Merry Heart Assisted Living, Rockaway, NJ; Erie Harbor, Rochester, NY; Voorhees Town Center, Voorhees, NJ; Waterscape at Hewitt's Cove, Hingham, MA; Vail Mansion, Morristown, NJ; Station Square, Lansdale, PA; 40 Park, Morristown, NJ; Hilltop Plaza Shopping Center, Virginia Beach, VA; Chappaqua Crossing, New Castle, NY; Hopewell Manor, Elverson, PA; Conifer Village at Cape May, Cape May, NJ Upper Dublin Terrace Apartments (Seniors), Upper Dublin Township, PA; Linden Lakes (Seniors), Lindenwold, NJ; Southport Green, Southport, CT; Foxfield, Bethel Township, PA; The River Lofts at Tobacco Row, Richmond, VA; EastSide Commons, Providence, RI
Awards 
2015 • Historic Preservation Award, Philadelphia Preservation Alliance: Oxford Mills • Best Historic Preservation, Best in American Living Awards: Oxford Mills • Best Project in North Atlantic Region, Best in American Living Awards: Oxford Mills • Best Community Facility, Best in American Living Awards: Liseter Clubhouse • Best Amenity in a Rental Community, Synergy Awards: PARC • Best Clubhouse, Synergy Awards: Liseter Clubhouse • Willard G. Rouse III Award for Excellence, Urban Land Institute: Arbor Heights 2013 • Montgomery County Award: Arbor Heights • Gold Commonwealth Award: Arbor Heights • Smart Growth Award: Whitman Park Redevelopment 2012 • HCR Outstanding Rehabilitation Award: The Hamilton • Best Townhome Over 2,500 SF, Home of the Year/Merit Award: Whitehall • Best Condo/Flat, Under 1,500 sf, Home of the Year/Merit Award: Arbor Heights • Best Affordable Housing, Home of the Year/Merit Award: Arbor Heights • Best Townhome, Over 2,500 sf, Pyramid Award: Whitehall • Community of the Year, Pyramid Award: Villas at Foxfield • Best 55+ Multi-Family, Pyramid Award: Villas at Foxfield • Best 55+ Community Clubhouse, Pyramid Award: Villas at Foxfield 2010 • Best Multi-Family High-Rise, Best in American Living Awards: 40 Park • Best Mid-Rise Condominium Community, Pillars of the Industry Award: 40 Park • Best Mixed-Use Community Site Plan – Finalist, Pillars of the Industry Award: Voorhees Town Center 2009 • Best Garden/Small Scale Condo Community, Pillars of the Industry: Vail Mansion • Special Judges Award – Historic, Best in American Living Awards: Vail Mansion • Smart Growth Recognition, Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance: Voorhees Town Center • Regional Land Use Project of the Year, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission: Voorhees Town Center 2008 • Smart Growth Community of the Year, Pyramid Award: Green Street Mews • Best Suburban Smart Growth Community – Finalist, Best in American Living Awards: Green Street Mews • Honorable Mention: Board of Public Utilities Clean Energy Award - Linden Lake • Best Retail Renovation, Retail Design Competition: Hilltop Plaza • Community of the Year: Best Multifamily Condo under $325,000, Pyramid Award: Villas at Foxfield • Home of the Year: Best Multifamily Condo/ Flat under 1,500sf, Pyramid Award: The Chandler • Community of the Year: Best Multifamily Townhome over $500,000, Pyramid Award: Brinton Village • Home of the Year: Best Multifamily Townhome under 2,000sf, Pyramid Award: Green Street Mews • Smart Growth Community of the Year, Pyramid Award: Green Street Mews; • Pinnacle Awards: Multifamily Home of the Year under $300,000: Riverwalk at Royersford; • Best Architectural Product Design for a Multi-Family/ Multi-Unit Rental, FAME Awards: Elton Corner at Heritage Village 2007 • Best Architectural Design Townhome, William Penn Award of Excellence: Hilltop at Falls Ridge • Townhome of the Year $500k-$799,999, William Penn Award of Excellence: Hilltop at Falls Ridge • Best in 50+ Housing Silver Award for Clubhouse: Waterscape at Hewitt's Cove • Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance: Smart Growth Recognition: 40 Park 2006 • Award of Excellence: Best Architectural Design, New Construction: Liberty Court 2005 • 2005 Pinnacle Award: Best Architectural Plan: Riverwalk at Royersford 2004 • Best Urban Smart Growth Neighborhood/Community, Best in American Living Awards: River Lofts at Tobacco Row; • Best 55+ Multi-Family Home of the Year Under 2000 sf, Pinnacle Award: The Courtyards at Collegeville • Best Multi-Family Community of the Year over $250,000, Pinnacle Award: Breyer Court • Best Multi-Family Home of the Year over 2000 sf, Pinnacle Award: Breyer Court - Bordeaux • Best Overall Large CCRC, Best of Senior Housing Gold: Peconic Landing; • Best Active Adult on the Boards Community, Best of Seniors Housing Gold: Lakes at Pine Hill
Contacts
Principals: 
Thomas C. Barton III, AIA, William Warwick, AIA, Robert W. Cogan, AIA, Bruce E. Adelsberger, AIA, LEED AP, Matthew J. Koenig, AIA, Seth A. Shapiro
Senior Associates: 
Steven Bickel, Jeff DiRomaldo, AIA, CGP
Consultant: 
Thomas C. Barton III, AIA
Supplier: 
William R. Warwick
Marketing: 
Heather Craig
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