Lancaster, PA — Greenfield Architects Ltd. and High Construction Company have achieved the Institute for Sustainable Development's highest level of recognition, Green Plus™ certification. The Green Plus program recognizes dedication to triple-bottom-line sustainability by measuring business, environmental, and community practices.more +
Lancaster, Pa. (October 1, 2010)—Greenfield Architects is working on a new design for the Penn Wells Lodge located in Wellsboro, Pa. The project consists of a four-story, 40-guestroom hotel addition and lobby renovation to the existing Penn Wells Lodge.
Lancaster, PA– Designed by Greenfield Architects Ltd., the Courtyard by Marriott in Lancaster, Pa., received the top honor at the Marriott International General Managers' Conference in San Diego, in February. Marriott International named the new Courtyard, “Opening Hotel of the Year” for 2005.more +
Harrisburg, PA. — CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. (NYSE: CBL), along with joint venture partner, High Real Estate Group, today held a groundbreaking ceremony for High Pointe Commons, an approximately 318,000 square-foot shopping center development, including outparcels, located in Harrisburg (Swatara Township), PA. High Pointe Commons is a 50/50 joint venture between the firms; and is scheduled for completion in October 2006.more +
Lancaster, PA--Greenfield Architects Ltd., was selected by High Associates, Ltd., Lancaster, Pa., to design a pavilion in Greenfield Corporate Center, Lancaster, Pa., to commemorate Calvin G. High's 52 years of leadership and service to the High organization.more +
Mountville, PA — Officials of American Home Bank, N.A. and High Real Estate Group broke ground here today for a $6 million, 43,000-square-foot headquarters building being created by High for the bank. The building will be located on a six-acre tract at the intersection of Stony Battery and Hempland Roads in Mountville, West Hempfield Township, PA. The company will ultimately employ 225 people at its new facility, which is slated for completion in the late spring of 2005.more +