Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story residential building at 2302-04 Gordon Street in Fishtown, Philadelphia. The building will be located on a vacant lot spanning 1,278 square feet, situated on a block at the intersection of Tulip Street, East Gordon Street, Dauphin Street, and Memphis Street. The project proposal includes the construction of a three-story single-family residence with a basement. 24 Seven Design Group is listed as the design professional. Permits list Loney Engineering as the contractor.
Total construction costs are specified at $275,000. Out of the total, $200,000 is allotted to general construction costs, $30,000 for excavation costs, and $15,000 for plumbing and mechanical work, respectively.
The project proposes to construct a three-story structure, yielding a total residential built-up area spanning 1,654 square feet. The building will offer a basement rising to a height of 7 feet along with a pilot house on the top floor. The permits also allow for new construction of a roof deck and a roof deck access structure. The building will rise to a height of 31 feet. No front setback has been proposed on the site, however, a rear yard spanning 8 feet will be designed. Open area spanning 105 square feet is part of the property lot.
The site is located in a busy residential neighborhood where there are various retail and residential buildings. Train stations York-Dauphin and Berks are both located a 12-minute walk away. The area is served by transit lines like 5, 25, 89, and more. A project application has been submitted. The site will have to be prepped with at least 5 feet of excavation before any construction work begins. No estimated construction timeline has been announced yet.