522 Delancey Street, Philadelphia


This 4 story brick row home was built in 1752 and is registered with the Philadelphia Historic Commission. The work involved a complete gut of the interior including the relocation of all the interior stairs, lowering the basement floor, an addition on the 3rd floor rear, all new electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems and complete re-construction of the interior space. The home features such amenities as custom finished Oak hardwood floors, stone and marble counters and bathroom floors, custom WoodMode kitchen cabinets, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, custom Oak stairs and railings, 4-1/2 baths, 3 zone HVAC system, custom fabricated windows for the front of the home to comply with the Historic Commission requirements and many more features. The home sold for $1,425,000.


2011 MAME Award – Best Historic Renovation-Residential By A Builder Member