Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story rowhouse at 2359 North Colorado Street in North Central Philadelphia. The site is currently occupied by a vacant single-family dwelling with a stone veneer applied to its original prewar façade, with colors ranging from tan to orange to beige. The property sits close to the corner of West York Street and North Colorado Street. Henry and Jean Monroe are the listed owners.
The plans classify the process as a minor demolition. The demolition is undertaken as part of a City of Philadelphia demolition program. The process will be managed and executed by Pedro Palmer Construction Inc.
The property is located wthin a ten-minute walk of Broad Street, and Temple University sits slightly further to the southeast. The Dr. Tanner G. Duckery Public School is located several blocks to the southeast. The closest station to the property is the Susquehanna-Dauphin station that serves the Broad Street SEPTA line, with the North Philadelphia Station of the commuter rail system located several blocs to the north.
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