re:vive, Philadelphia International, FH-21

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Owner: OTG Management
Contractor: E.P. Guidi Inc.
Location: Philadelphia International Airport, Space FH-21
Completed: March 2013

Re:vive fills the need for a stiff drink before or after your long flight.  The contemporary bright colors draw you in and the offerings keep you there.  This 2300 square foot space packs in an impressive amount of seating, service and equipment without feeling crowded.  In addition to a drink and a game on the TV, the bar features USB ports and power outlets at each seat to recharge your devices while you wait for your connecting flight.  It is currently the highest grossing location this client has in the airport.

Posted in Airport Tenant Spaces, Foodservice.