Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story single-family dwelling at 3126 North Croskey Street in Allegheny West, North Philadelphia. The property is located near the corner of North Croskey Street and West Lippincott Street. The demolition will take place as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The cost of the work is $15,200. The property is owned by Clarence Smith. Thomas Curran is the contractor listed for the work.
The building features an orange brick façade with brick arches over the windows and projecting brick piers at the top and the sides. Once the demolition is complete, stucco will be added to the to-be-exposed lot wall at 3124 North Croskey Street as part of the job. The lots located at 3128 and 3130 North Croskey Street will be cleaned and graded with an erosion control mat with seed on the lot.
To the east and two blocks to the north is the Allegheny Station, where the 224 train stops at the station on the Manayunk/Norristown SEPTA Line. The 60 bus also stops nearby at West Allegheny Avenue.
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