Mega Supply Pro in the Press:


How A One-Stop Shop For Construction Materials Is Helping The Industry Evolve

Purchasing construction materials is a complex, multi-tiered process that can take over a year. A one-stop shop is now offering a modern-day solution.

After Addition, Waverly Court Continues to Evolve - OCF Realty with Mega Supply Pro

Philadelphia has more history than most cities in America, but even its oldest neighborhoods aren't frozen in time. From a real estate perspective, that generally means that old buildings get torn down and replaced by shiny new structures. Sometimes though, we see older buildings preserved, with their use and appearance evolving over the years, and interiors revitalized in contemporary styles.


Affordable Luxury Profile: First Look at The Atlantic - Multihousing Sourcing by Mega Supply Pro

Starchitect Rafael Viñoly adds a historic conversion to his portfolio of Philadelphia projects, with the help of Mega Supply Pro's procurement experts. Sourced and delivered by Mega Supply Pro, the furniture-grade, wide-plank white oak floors were have a beautifully soft and touchable oil-rubbed matte finish.


NoLibs' Piazza Begins Its Comeback With Tons of New Food and Drink Vendors, and outdoor furniture by Mega Supply Pro

The Piazza Pod Park, the Post Brothers' new mixed-use outdoor development, will feature food, beer, coffee, and spirits from local chefs, a roof deck, and an indoor "dining pod." The Piazza Pod Park , a new mixed-use outdoor development adjacent to the now-mostly-empty Piazza, is opening to Northern Liberties in early summer.


As Construction Costs Rise, Developers Are Saving By Cutting Out The Middleman with Mega Supply Pro

Two of the biggest obstacles for developers today are a shortage of labor and the rising cost of construction materials. Many developers are finding that taking the intermediaries out of construction purchasing can address both challenges.

Mega Supply Pro helped build the building that defies Philadelphia's street grid. Here's why that's a good thing.

The most powerful factor shaping the look of Philadelphia neighborhoods isn't architectural style, and it isn't money. It's the city's street grid. It literally keeps our buildings from stepping out of line.