We Have a New Architect: Meet Jonathan Fritz


The COR3 Design team is proud to announce the addition of our new team member, Jonathan Fritz. Jonathan is a member of the American Institute of Architects with a 20-year background in multifamily developments, ten of which focused on the senior living sector. A native of New Jersey, he currently resides in Florida while working remotely with the Greenville team. Jonathan received his BA from the Roger Williams University School of Architecture and his MA in Architecture from Yale University School of Architecture.

He is passionate about client relationships, keeping integrity at the forefront of everything he does. In his free time, Jonathan enjoys documenting historically significant industrial architectural structures using black and white film photography—focusing mainly on power plants, steel mills, and cement plants. He is even featured in a documentary film discussing the architectural significance of historic power plants in Philadelphia.

Welcome to the team, Jonathan!

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