Permits Issued for 830 North 40th Street in Belmont, West Philadelphia

830 North 40th Street Side View830 North 40th Street Side View via Cornerstone Consulting

Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story residential project at 830 North 40th Street in Belmont, West Philadelphia. The project site is a corner lot facing North 40th Street and Parrish Street, bound by Reno Street and Preston Street. Permits list Constanza Builders Inc. as the contractor. Cornerstone Consulting is responsible for the designs. Toner Architecture is also on the project team.

The total cost of construction is listed at $1.2 million, with $1,177,500 allocated for general construction and $15,000 for excavation.

The project site is a vacant lot that spans an area of 1,855 square feet. The scope of work includes the construction of a three-story structure to be used as a multi-family household with three dwelling units. The residential building will yield a total built-up area of 4,344 square feet.

830 North 40th Street Front View

830 North 40th Street Front View via Cornerstone Consulting

A covered walkway or sidewalk closure is required within the building facade. The building facade will rise to a height of 38 feet. No parking is required or proposed as a part of the project.

The project site is located in a busy mixed-use neighborhood, just minutes away from Philadelphia Zoo, Schuylkill River, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, along with a variety of stores, grocers, and recreational options. 40th Street Station is located half a mile away. The area is serviced by multiple transit options that lead into downtown Philadelphia.

Separate permits are required for mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire suppression work. The estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet.

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1 Comment on "Permits Issued for 830 North 40th Street in Belmont, West Philadelphia"

  1. Craig M Oliner | April 1, 2024 at 3:11 pm | Reply

    Intricate and beautiful brickwork.

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