New Project in Downingtown

August 28th, 2017 | Tags: , ,

Exciting news! We are proud to work with the Downingtown Borough on our latest project. Read more about it here:

LEED certified apartment

Corner Park Apartments achieved LEED Silver!

February 2nd, 2017 | Tags: , , ,

Corner Park Apartments achieved LEED Silver! Corner Park is Hankin Group’s fifth LEED certified residential building.
Some of Corner Park’s sustainable features include locally sourced building materials, low VOC paints, and ventilation in each building that prevents moisture as well as increases indoor air quality. Residents of Corner Park benefit from the increased indoor air quality as well as lower utility bills. Visit the US Green Building Council’s website to learn more about what “LEED” is!

LEED Certified Apartments

LEED Certified Apartments

January 20th, 2017 | Tags: , , , ,

Did you know that we build more than LEED Certified offices buildings? We also build LEED certified apartments. Sustainability is a part of every facet of our development here at Hankin Group. Schedule a tour of Severgn ApartmentsNew Kent Apartments, or Claremont on the Square to see how you can live greener and better. #hankinhappy


Residence Inn Philadelphia Glenn Mills

Residence Inn Philadelphia Glenn Mills/Concord

January 17th, 2017 | Tags: , , ,

Last Thursday, January 12th, 2017, we celebrated the official opening of the Residence Inn Philadelphia Glen Mills/Concordville! Located near I-95 and Concordville Town Center, the Residence Inn matches convenience with the comforts of home so you can unwind on your short or long-term stay. Click to plan your visit today. 


Marriott Residence Inn Construction Update

July 7th, 2016 | Tags:

Construction update on the Mariott Residence Inn on Route 322 & Fellowship Rd within the Spring Valley Business Park in Glen Mills, PA. Scheduled to open January 2017.

Building framing is complete. Exterior Hardi Plank siding & paint is approximately 60% complete. Cultured stone work, mechanical rough-in work, and drywall construction are all underway. Site work including curbing and sport court construction to begin in July. Paving and landscaping are set to begin in September.

411 & 415 Eagleview Blvd Renovation Update

June 3rd, 2016 | Tags: , ,

This beautifully modern Class A office building renovation is nearly finished! The dynamic glass, stone and metal sky-lit lobby will provide an impressive venue to welcome your customers and visitors. Indoor and outdoor shared collaborative spaces help you and your employees engage in fresh new environments that promote comfort and creativity. Upgraded new features abound. Check back soon for photos of the completed project!

Is your business looking for an exceptional workspace in an extraordinary community? Call us at 610.458.1900 today!

Restaurant News in Eagleview Town Center!

May 12th, 2016 | Tags: , , , ,

You’ve patiently waited, the table is set! Welcome to Eagleview Town Center: Chester County’s finest dining destination! Click here to read this week’s email to see what we’ve been cooking.

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Wharton School Visits Eagleview

April 5th, 2016 | Tags: , , ,

Students from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania visited Eagleview on Friday, April 1st for a talk by CEO Bob Hankin and Vice President of Planning & Design Jim Fuller, along with a bus tour of the community and current projects. Each year, Wharton Professor Asuka Nakahara uses Eagleview as an educational case study exploring the distinctive development principles practiced by Hankin Group.

New Retail Building @ Eagleview Town Center

March 30th, 2016 | Tags: , , ,

Construction is gaining momentum on the new retail building in Eagleview Town Center. Scheduled for completion in late 2016, the building will double Town Center’s retail space. The tenants of the building will be announced in the spring 2016 issue of InEagleview magazine (arriving late April) and will establish Eagleview as a premier dining destination in Chester County.

Did you know that a white roof can help curb climate change?

March 29th, 2016 | Tags: , ,

White roofs reflect up to 90% of sunlight (and the heat that comes with it) as compared to traditional black roofs that reflect only 20%.

What is a white roof?
A white roof is a lot more than just white paint! White roofs’ benefits are measured partly according to the solar reflectance index, or SRI. A roof’s SRI is a measure of a surface’s ability to reflect solar heat. SRI measures reflectance (reflecting the sun’s rays) and thermal emittance (the roof’s ability to radiate absorbed heat). If you’ve ever worn a black t-shirt in the sun then you already understand that black’s reflectance is negligible and its emittance is zero. A white roof’s reflectance is as high as 90% and its emittance is 100%.

White roofs keep buildings cool and reduce energy use.
The Urban Heat Island effect is a measurable increase in ambient urban air temperatures resulting primarily from the replacement of vegetation with buildings, black surfaces like roofs and roads and other heat-absorbing infrastructure. Cities are full of these heat trapping black surfaces.

5–10% of summer electricity is used to compensate for the Urban Heat Island effect. Americans spend about $40 billion annually to air condition buildings — one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country! White roofs can reduce summer energy use by 10–40%, saving money and preventing pollution. White roofs can reduce the total Urban Heat Island effect in an impacted city by 1° to 2° F – enough to lower peak energy demand, reducing the risk of brownouts and blackouts.

White roofs help curb climate change.
White roofs help curb climate change. “…replacing non-reflective, dark roofing materials with white ones … (every 1000 square feet) would result in an equivalent CO2 offset of 10 metric tons (about $250) annually”.

What about white roofs in winter?
Here in the northern part of the United States, you might think that a black roof would provide a winter heating benefit to building owners. However, there are several factors that make any potential heat gain relatively immaterial: The laws of physics dictate that hot air will always rise. Thus, any heat that is transferred to the interior of a building structure from the outside will remain at the top of the structure, providing minimal heat savings. In all parts of North America during winter, there are fewer hours of sunlight to affect energy costs. In fact, in some areas, there is a greater than a six-hour difference between peak-summer and peak-winter sunlight, meaning there is less sunlight available to contribute to a building’s potential warming. Plus, the angle of the sun is less direct, which also helps to minimize warming potential.

For more information on white roofs or to read the full article, visit White Roof Project.

Hankin Group has a sustainable focus in all projects. Our company has designed a Mariott Residence Inn with a white roof, and many other eco-friendly features, and is pursuing LEED certification for the building. The Mariott Residence Inn is under construction on Route 322 & Fellowship Rd within the Spring Valley Business Park in Glen Mills, PA and is scheduled to open in early 2017.

Click here to learn more about Hankin Group’s sustainability efforts.