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Frankford Square Website

4x3 provided a "virtual first-impression' for the home buyers at Frankford Square. They were a partner through the entire project. From branding, site design, on-site banners, and progress updates... They executed our marketing vision to the fullest extent. 4x3's creative process and execution was essential to the success of Frankford Square. We take pride in our work and it's clear that they do too!

Sean, AGA Developers

AGA's Frankford Square development occupies a prime location in the newly-hip Fishtown section of Philadelphia. Located near upscale bars and restaurants with easy access to parking and the Market-Frankford EL, Frankford Square promises to be one of the most desirable communities in this exciting neighborhood just northeast of Center City. 4x3's website highlights the amenities of these luxury townhomes, tracks the progress of the development and captures the feel of the surrounding neighborhood with engaging graphics, articles and bold photos.

AGA's Comprehensive Branding Architecture

AGA Developers, a boutique builder, has seen great success with high-end residential and commercial developments in fashionable Philadelphia neighborhoods. In addition to designing and building AGA Developer’s main website, 4x3 has created three micro sites, South Square, Frankford Square and Trenton Stables. We also created a branding identity for AGA, , sub-branding for South Square, sub-branding for Frankford Square and sub-branding for Trenton Stables.

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