New Brunswick, NJ / Philadelphia, PA, March 30, 2023 – Widely recognized as a leading architecture, interiors and graphic design firm, DIGroup Architecture has captured four Best of 2022 Awards from Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal (MAREJ). The highly regarded regional publication focuses on all things commercial real estate throughout New Jersey, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Washington DC.
Each year, the publication’s leadership team seeks nominations across a wide range of commercial real estate categories, from architecture and development to sales, leasing and related professional-service providers. Honorees are chosen based on project merit, aggregate values and/or measurable results.
In MAREJ’s March issue, DIGroup’s outstanding projects were featured in the following categories:
- Best Architecture – New Construction / Education for Clinton Hill Early Learning Childhood Center in Newark, NJ
- Best Interior Architecture – also for Clinton Hill Early Learning Childhood Center, Newark NJ
- Best Signage / Wayfinding – Environmental Graphics & Wayfinding for Foundation Academy in Trenton, NJ
- Best Strategic Campus Planning – Multi-Phase Redevelopment for Budd Bioworks in Philadelphia, PA
In addition to the MAREJ honors, DIGroup was recently presented with the prestigious American Institute of Architects-New Jersey Chapter (AIA-NJ) “Firm of the Year” Award, in recognition for distinguished architecture for at least 10 years and significant contributions and accomplishments within the profession and community. At the Annual Service Awards Gala, the firm also was honored with the Excellence in Architecture merit honors for Clinton Hill Early Learning Center (open category) and UNITI Cultural Center at SUNY Stony Brook in Stony Brook, NY (interior architecture category).
Formed in 2006 and headquartered in New Brunswick, NJ, with offices in Philadelphia, DIGroup Architecture serves clients and communities in education, civic spaces, healthcare and senior living. DIGroup Architecture is a certified Minority-Owned, Disadvantaged and Small Business Enterprise (MBE/DBE/SBE), driven to create “Architecture for Change.”