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Tarek Farid

Tarek Farid

New York, NY, US

 

About 

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Employment 

Dattner Architects, New York, NY, US, Architect

Nov 2013 - current
 

JDavis Architects, PLLC, Philadelphia, PA, US, Project Manager / Designer

At JDavis Architects, I was the lead designer and project manager of several sustainable, housing projects in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. region. I worked on dynamic mixed-use projects including, urban infill sites, adaptive reuse, and historic preservation projects both locally and outside the Philadelphia region.

Projects (Most Recent First)

DULANEY VALLEY REDEVELOPMENT | Towson, MD
MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING | MIXED-USE
470 Apartments | 4-5 Story wood frame | Structured parking | LEED Silver

2 EAST WELLS ST | Baltimore, MD
MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING | MIXED-USE
153 Apartments | 5k SF Retail | 5 Story wood frame | LEED Homes Silver

CENTER/WEST | Baltimore, MD | Collaboration with Gensler
MASTER PLANNING | MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING | MIXED-USE
450 Apartments | 100k SF Retail | 4-5 Story | Automated parking | LEED Silver

1901 S CHARLES ST | Baltimore, MD
MULTI-FAMILY | URBAN INFILL | HISTORIC PRESERVATION
193 Apartments | 4 Story wood frame | Structured Parking | LEED Homes Silver

TEMPLE STUDENT HOUSING TOWER | Philadelphia, PA
STUDENT HOUSING | HIGH DENSITY INFILL
286 Units | 14 Story concrete | Structured parking| LEED Silver

THE NATIONAL EAST | Philadelphia, PA
MODULAR CONSTRUCTION | HISTORIC PRESERVATION | MIXED-USE
123 Apartments | 3k Retail | 5 story modular steel stud over podium

WOODSIDE MILL COMPLEX | Greenville, SC
ADAPTIVE REUSE | HISTORIC PRESERVATION | MIXED-USE
253 Loft Apartments | 88k SF Retail | Artist Studios and Galleries

Jul 2007 - Oct 2013
 

Freelance work, Project Architect

GHALY RESIDENCE | Brigantine, NJ
BEACH HOUSE
6,000 SF | New construction and interior renovation

CENTER CITY ONE | Philadelphia, PA
CONDO RENOVATION
4,300 SF | Interior renovation

May 2010 - May 2013
 

Education 

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

Dec 2006 - Jun 2008
 

Awards 

AIA PA 2009 Merit Award, Award

Annual Architectural Excellence Awards Program
Project name: “Shared Prosperity and Beyond: A University‐Community Partnership”,
Client: Village of Arts and Humanities
Location: North Philadelphia, PA

2009
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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