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Logan Inn is located in the heart of New Hope, PA. it is one of the oldest continuing operating in, which can be traced back to being built in 1722 and becoming an inn in 1727. We purchased this 11,000 sqft property and received the approvals to renovate the existing structure, remove the porches (that were not historic), restructured site line, and added a 33,000 sqft addition which included 22 rooms (now totaling 38), an event space, 400 seat restaurant, whiskey lounge, main bar, movie theatre, and a two story lobby. This property continues to act as the hub for the community and has opened the doors for two other projects we are doing in New Hope.

The Mansion Inn is a 34-room hotel, includes a Russian bath, gym, Peloton studio, and fine dining restaurant.

The Landing which will be a 44-room hotel, fine dining restaurant, rooftop pool and amenities deck for all our new hope guests. 

Elkins Estate is located in Elkins Park PA, a short drive from Philadelphia. For the past 93 years this establishment has been a retreat for the Sisters of Domenica. The properties consisted of 165,000 square feet across nine historic structures. Prior ownership to the sisters was the Elkins Family who have a celebrated past of not only helping Philly grow, but Elkins Park as well. They hired the architect Horace Trumbauer to design and build several of the prominent structures on site. The main mansion is 70,000 SQ and is one of the best representations of the gilded age which can be found in many design books and blogs.  One of the other significant structures a 27,000 sq ft Tudor mansion called Chelton House. Landmark was successful in getting all the entitlements for a full-service resort including to operate the property complete with a spa, helipad, kitchen, gardens, conference center, recording studio, artist in residence buildings etc. We now own the property and construction has commenced on two of the main buildings and is slated for completed this June 2022.

For the South Orange Village Hall, Landmark Developers was invited to bid on the purchase and adaptive reuse of South Orange, NJ City Hall. Mayor Sheena Collum of South Orange having a planning background knew that giving this building a vibrant life such as a restaurant, would help spur development in a dormant corridor of downtown. Landmark was selected because of its reputation of restoring historic structures, repurposing them into hospitality, and bringing a vibrant conduit to spur other development. This property was purchased by LMD and is in the final stages of redevelopment with the exterior complete and interior finishes being installed. The venue consists of a grand upscale tavern called Village Hall, a beer garden called Pump House which is named after this portion of the building that housed the horse drawn fire pumps that serviced the town and two dramatic event spaces on the 2nd floor. Aside from getting this municipal property back on the tax rolls. It has proven to be a gateway for the redevelopment surrounding Village Hall and hundreds of residential units.

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