Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant two-story prewar rowhouse at 3019 North Warnock Street in Fairhill, North Philadelphia. The former single-family dwelling is located between West Indiana Avenue and Germantown Avenue and will be torn down as it is a part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program at a cost of $14,760. The property is owned by Rawls Beverly. The listed contractor is Pedro Palmer Construction Inc.
The brick-clad structure features a decorated cornice with corner turrets. Most of the windows are boarded up, with burn marks and and graffiti marring the façade. As part of the work, stucco will be added to the future bare walls of 3017 and 3021 North Warnock Street next door. The sidewalk in front of the property will also be replaced and an erosion control mat with on lot will be added to the site.
The site sits near the boundary between the neighborhoods of Fairhill to the east and Glenwood to the west. The 23 bus stops at Germantown Avenue a block away. A few blocks to the southwest sits the 12th and Cambria Recreation Center, located at 2901 North 12th Street.