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Specialties

Project and Program Design, Urban Rehabilitation, Rental, Senior Housing, Neighborhood Planning and Marketing, Land Use, Disposition Analysis, Zoning, Community Development, Historic Preservation, Single Family Homes, Multi-Family Housing

Languages: French, English

Education

Harvard University, M.Arch, Architecture and Urban Design
University of Pennsylvania, BA, Design of the Environment
The Wharton School, Graduate Certificate, Management Studies
Architecture Association School of Architecture, Architecture


Client Testimonials

"David quickly located a house for our growing family that met all of our criteria. He arranged a showing on the first morning that it was listed and his representation  made all the difference in our being the successful bidders in a multiple offer situation. From initial offer to closing, he was quick to respond and resolved all issues along the way. We were extremely satisfied with his representation.”" - Teresa, Merion Station

"David assisted my wife and I in locating an investment property.  It made all the difference to have someone with knowledge of both the housing stock and the neighborhoods.  David made the experience much smoother for me as a first time investor and the neighborhood that he targeted has shown growth and property value increase in just a few years.”" - Jason, Fairmount

"I met David Feldman at an open house. I knew from the first conversation I had with him that I wanted him to be my realtor. He found additional properties for me during the home search, ones I wasn’t even able to find online. He set up appointments and walking tours so I could see the neighborhoods around the properties that we were seeing. I purchased a condo in the Graduate Hospital area and couldn’t be happier.”" - Todd, Graduate

"We are so grateful to have worked with David when purchasing our first home. David's knowledge of Philadelphia is unparalleled. He quickly developed an in-depth, spot-on understanding of our home preferences, and reviewed countless properties to create personalized collections for us. From our first meeting through closing, he was consistently available for help and guidance, and he went above and beyond on numerous occasions. His quick work and communication with the listing agent was essential in enabling us to obtain our dream home. If you want a thorough and personalized approach from a diligent and knowledgeable agent, working with David is a must. I cannot recommend David highly enough!”" - Kathryn, Moyamensing

About David
David is a fourth generation Philadelphian, bringing his clients a deep knowledge of neighborhoods throughout the City and in adjacent counties, particularly Main Line and Northwest suburbs. As a licensed architect David’s clients appreciate his ability to evaluate new construction and the historic building stock and that is so distinctive of our region.

After a first career practicing architecture (ask him about his work on Wanamaker’s and on early loft apartment conversions) David worked in community development, helping to rebuild neighborhoods across the city, get homeowners needed repairs, and expand first time homeownership. This is how David became an expert on Philadelphia’s diverse neighborhoods and the richness of the city’s housing stock. He can help you navigate your search, especially if you are a newer resident of Philadelphia, or help you know the best way to market your home for sale to the target buyers in your neighborhood.

David is proud to be part of a three-generation Penn family (although he teaches Housing Policy at Temple), where he studied Design of the Environment. He received his Master of Architecture degree at Harvard, and spent two years in Britain studying at London’s Architecture Association and working in Scotland, including a summer modernizing croft houses in the Shetland Islands.

After growing up in Mt Airy and Cheltenham, David lived in West Philly and Center City, and now lives in a 1920’s tudor home in Merion, a short walk from the Narberth train station, on a block famous for hosting over 250 trick-or-treaters each Halloween.