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Trenton Stables Website

Our second project in Fishtown, Trenton Stables, required a distinctive branding and image to set it apart from Frankford Square, our luxury development a few blocks south. 4x3 understood our needs and created a great-looking logo and website that really gets across the historical and high-end character of Trenton Stables.

Frank Mazzio, AGA Developers

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.

Website: superior content marketing with Drupal CMS

The Trenton Stables website highlights the beauty and desirability of these luxury townhomes and the surrounding neighborhood. The website provides details of the individual units and includes progress updates, photo galleries, news about Fishtown and links to social media.

The website is built on a state-of-the-art Drupal 7 platform and is fully responsive on all browsers, desktops and mobile devlces.  

Services.

web hosting
Web Hosting
Web Development
Web Development
Responsive Design
Responsive Design
Content Creation and Marketing
Content Marketing
Web and SEO Auditing
Website Auditing
CMS
CMS - Drupal / Wordpress
Web Design
Web Design
drupal
Drupal
SEO
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Social Media Marketing
Social Media Marketing

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