Recent News

Miller Purdy Architects continues to work toward master plan approval of a 150 unit age-targeted community in the Poconos.  This community is situated on a beautiful mountain side, just 1.5 hours from Philadelphia and New York City.  The community is a mix of single family, twin and townhouse units and is designed around a challenging 80 year-old golf course.  A 5,000 sf community center and new pro-shop are planned as well.  Please visit our Indian Mountain page under Town Planning.


We have completed designs and construction documents for a two townhouse renovation (in Philadelphia) into 6 multi-family units.  Construction will start in February 2010 on the 3 flats and 3 stacked townhouse units.  The homes will supply permanent supportive housing for homeless families with special needs.  The project used government / private funding, in particular the Redevelopment Authority of Philadelphia.

MPA is currently working on four restaurants throughout the Delaware Valley.  On the boards is an irish pub, a sports bar, a Greek style restaurant and a burger diner.  Each restaurant offers individual complexities and unique design opportunities.  We look forward to construction beginning on each in 2010.

We continue to work with our commercial clients to update existing properties, plan for future development and space plan for their tenants.

Miller Purdy Architects was awarded the design of an 8,000 sf senior center in North Philadelphia.  The senior center will support the communities seniors with a variety of services.  The design will consist of a computer / work room, community room, conference room and many other needed services.  Construction to begin late 2010.

On the boards is a 24 townhouse community in Atlantic City, NJ.  The design is marketed for work-force housing.  The 16′ townhouses will be two-stories over parking with two bedrooms and a den.  Each unit features a usable entry stoop and balcony off of the rear of the home.  The townhouses will have rear loaded two car garages.  Construction to begin late 2010.