Germantown Cricket Club

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Client Germantown Cricket Club
Location Philadelphia, PA

Founded in 1854, the Germantown Cricket Club received National Historic Landmark status in 1987 and is the second-oldest surviving cricket club in the United States.

The Club has played a major role in the history of cricket, tennis and squash and continues to serve as a premier host for international and national championships. CosciaMoos Architecture was tasked with bringing a fresh perspective to the historical campus by revitalizing the clubhouse and designing a new 1,500-square-foot pool house.


The renovation of the main clubhouse will include a complete renovation of the ladies’ locker room, and removing and repositioning of the main bar to create a new social space for their thriving membership.

An FF&E refresh throughout the first-floor dining areas, restrooms and lounge space will bring the Club up to date.

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The addition of the pool house will provide members convenient and modern locker and restroom facilities as well as additional poolside seating beneath a shaded trellis. A raised chef’s garden and additional seating will sit atop the roof of the pool house and provide a visual connection back to the main clubhouse.