A new social services hub for the Great Northeast

CG was invited by Peter Bloomfield Associates to join Ground Reconsidered on the Path 1919 building renovation project on
North Broad Street in Philadelphia.

Path (People Acting to Help), a human services provider, acquired the historic 50s vintage bank located at 1919 Cottman Avenue, with the goal of expanding it and opening a new social services hub this summer. The new center will address the social determinants affecting the health of children, teens, adults and families throughout the surrounding communities.

CG has recently completed a comprehensive interior and exterior signage, donor recognition and environmental enhancement program currently going into fabrication with Urban Sign & Crane of Vineland, NJ. And we are delighted to contribute to the Peta Raabe Garden in memory of her many contributions to the field of Landscape Architecture and the City of Philadelphia.

Renderings courtesy of

Peter Bloomfield and Associates

Ground Reconsidered

A new social services hub for the Great Northeast