AthenianRazak and Spruce Real Estate Partners Merge to form AR Spruce | News

PHILADELPHIA, February 5, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Two prominent mission-driven Philadelphia real estate firms have come together to form a new powerhouse: AR Spruce. Effective October 1, 2020, AthenianRazak and Spruce Real Estate Partners merged to create AR Spruce, a new firm with unique character, vision, and capability, led by four principals: Maleda Berhane, Jackie Buhn, Alan Razak, and Philip Voutsakis.

The combination amplifies the two firms’ already deep capabilities to plan, create and manage real estate for its clients and its own portfolio. From early phase planning and feasibility to design and construction management to property management to repositioning distressed assets (“REO”), AR Spruce’s collective experience provides consummate expertise in every part of the real estate cycle, whether in big projects or small.

Beyond a simple merger of two companies, AR Spruce represents a conscious effort to advance change in the real estate industry, knowing that diverse teams can produce better processes and projects. The focused team that makes up AR Spruce has a common goal of achieving financial objectives by making the world better, emphasizing equity, sustainability, and respect for all.

The AR Spruce team already has a remarkably successful track record

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Interior design advisor reveals the top tips to spruce up your home in the new year

After spending so much time indoors this year, it is of little surprise many of us are paying more attention than ever to the way our homes are decorated. 

Interior design expert Rebecca Snowden, who works as a style advisor at UK-based firm Furniture and Choice, has revealed the key trends you need to know if you’re planning on giving your home a revamp in 2021. 

Unsurprisingly, there is going to be a focus on creating designated home office spaces as remote working continues. There will also be more interest in warming colours that give a sense of comfort in a time of uncertainty. 

Rebecca said: ‘2021 is shaping up to be a cosy and comforting one in the world of interior trends.’ Here, the major influences you need to know… 

Rise in dedicated work spaces

Interior design expert Rebecca Snowden, who works as a style advisor at UK-based firm Furniture and Choice, has revealed the key trends you need to know if you’re planning on giving your home a revamp in 2021. It is important to create a designated work zone

As working from home continues, it is important to create special zones to separate personal and professional spaces. 

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