About Thomas B. Wagner
Drawing from a wealth of knowledge in classical forms, residential architect Thomas B. Wagner has developed a distinctive architecture commited to innovative design. In the design of houses, he is one of the most eminent local architects practicing today.
Inspired by the legacy of great American and European architecture, he has developed a body of work that focuses on architectural beauty within a variety of stylistic vocabularies.
Design NJ has approved two more projects to be published in 2013! Our Winding Way house, as seen on the Website, will grace the pages of Design NJ sometime this winter. This will be a feature presentation of this home including the amazing “man-cave” at the lower level. Also, likely in the summer or fall of 2013, our “Moorestown Elegance” home will also be featured in the magazine. This lovely home recently went thru a transformation that included a new mudroom addition, and an interior remodel that incorporated the kitchen, family room and dining room spaces. Check out the pages on our site.
In Haddonfield, our Chews Landing and Oak Avenue large country french, stone and stucco home with simulated slate roofline is nearly complete. Check out the great house on Station Avenue, done so well it sold during the framing stage! We have new homes on Mountwell Avenue, Cottage Avenue and Meadow Drive that are 90% complete. We are starting new projects on Pomona, Hinchman, Cottage, and Friends Avenue. Check out the new apartments at the Convent now known as Academy House on Kings Highway. These four 2,500 – 3,000 sf three bedroom and three bath apartments are spacious and bright. Each includes a fireplace, 2 or 3 bathrooms and on site parking. Another Apartment project is on Grove and Maple.
In Cherry Hill, we have a beautiful new traditional home is nearing completion in the Hunt track on Kaye Drive. This home will have a wonderful wooded view from the kitchen/Great Room and breakfast Room that will be outstanding. Look out for the Deer… On Partiridge Lane, we have just sided a traditional home with a large expansion, that fits well in the neighborhood. We have two facelift projects in Moorestown, one on Maple Avenue and another on Jamie Drive.
We have proposals out for several large projects that, well, we may be talking about down the road. Stay tuned!
On The Boards
We have truly seen the beginnings of a real comeback in the residential construction industry. The fall of 2012 has seen a lot of new work coming our way! We are starting about one new project per week.
We are currently working on both new construction and remodel projects in Haddonfield, Moorestown, Cherry Hill and throughout South Jersey. Our residential work is booming! We are working with homeowners individually as well as several residential builders who have selected us to design their spec homes. Some of these projects are new construction and some are remodel and expansion projects. There is a lot of activity with developers right now in Haddonfield and we are working on 4-5 new spec home projects or remodel expansion projects that will come on the market in the winter/spring for sale. We have also seen a real expansion in our homeowner remodel market. We currently have expansion and remodel projects id design stages in Collingswood, Haddon Township, Heights, Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, Voorhees and Moorestown. These projects are anything from a new front porch to two story kitchen/family room additions and gut rehabs. Interest rates are still low and contractors are still hungry so homeowners are starting to remodel their homes again. Of course, kitchens, family rooms and master bedrooms are the most popular projects. We have a an interesting remodel and expansion in Collingswood that will include an inlaw suite and garage. We are starting on a new home in Haddonfield that will have more garages than bedrooms! There is always something new coming along!
Our Moorestown expansion to Passeriello’s Restaurant and Italian Eatery is under way. We are starting on a car dealership in Pennsylvania, but we can’t tell you what and where, it is still a secret!