Roof Top Decks

Roof tops decks are is a favorite outdoor, urban amenity offered in all AGA properties for buyers and guests alike.

This week PhillyMag featured the now complete Janus Estates property in a lovely piece by Real Estate & Home reporter, 

South Square has begun the interior construction in its newest development in South Kensington. AGA Developers has also completed the project's brick-face and moved on to add aluminum bay-windows and wood composites to the facade.

Roof decks are the height of urban-living outdoor luxury. Every new homeowner wants a roof deck, and AGA is happy to supply a beautiful view of Center City Philadelphia!

With New Year's Weekend coming to an end, AGA Developers continues with their construction of contemporary townhouses in South Kensington. Phase 1 of South Square now has the brick walls up on the front facade. The framing for the second floors of Phase 2 townhouses are underway.

Work is complete at 2223 Trenton Avenue, and the view is stunning. Not just from the rooftop deck — though that is worth the price of admission right there — but also the beautiful interior layout and fixtures. With lots of light and luxury amenities, it's easy to see why the properties at Trenton Stables in Fishtown are going fast!

Now that the weather finally suits our clothes, construction is moving along rapidly at the Trenton Stables luxury townhome development in Fishtown. 

AGA Developers does not start framing until this Wednesday (4/8), but three of the six units in the Trenton Stables development in Fishtown are already sold.

Fishtown’s boom is no flash in the pan. Every month brings new news of exciting developments big and small in the historic Philly neighborhood straddling Frankford Avenue North of Girard. 

Construction work at the Trenton Stables site in Fishtown only just got underway, but one of the six luxury townhome units is already under contract. 

Demolition is complete at the site of the Trenton Stables development in Fishtown, and construction is set to begin next week. The first thing to go up, however, is the Trenton Stables sign, letting passerby know there's going to be a transformation on the 2200 block of Trenton Avenue.