Renderings have been revealed for a four-story, nine-townhome development at 2002-13 Abigail Street in Fishtown, Kensington. The homes feature two design variants, where the five at the northwest corner will include parking, while the four homes to the southeast will not. Catalyst City Development, the developer, is also in charge of the residential conversion of the historic Harbisons Dairy across the street, which YIMBY covered last October.
The developer first acquired the land in the second quarter of 2019. Philly YIMBY previously covered the development in October of last year. The renderings show that the homes will boast attractive exteriors clad in red brick, with gray cladding covering the fourth floor on the northwest set of townhomes, adding a modern touch to the design. The design will also utilize matching dark gray trim. The southeastern homes will feature brick rising up the full height of the structures.
Street trees will be planted in front of the homes, improving the street presence. Additionally, planters are shown attached to each home, which would add more greenery to the street.
No completion date has been announced, though the development may be completed by 2022.