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Looking at the 114-Unit Development Proposed at 7619 Germantown Avenue in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia

Urban development is a delicate balancing act, and sometimes we must say goodbye to cherished local destinations in order to make way for a plan that is ultimately more beneficial to the community and to the city at large. One of such trade-offs is slated to occur at 7619 Germantown Avenue in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia, where the Trolley Car Diner is set to meet the wrecking ball, to be replaced by a six-story, mixed-use residential development designed by Morrissey Design. Although the charming chrome, neon, mural, and freestanding trolley of the diner will be missed, the proposal at hand makes for more effective use of the site, bringing significant residential density within a two0-block walk of the Mount Airy Station of the SEPTA Regional Rail and replacing the auto-centric restaurant with pedestrian-friendly retail.

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326 North 12th Street. Building renderings. Credit: CANNOdesign via Vikara Social Development

Permits Issued for 326 North 12th Street in Callowhill, Lower North Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for the construction of a six-story, 31-unit apartment building at 326 North 12th Street in Callowhill, Lower North Philadelphia. The development will replace a parking lot bound by North 12th Street to the east, Wood Street to the south, and Carlton Street to the north. The new building will span 30,075 square feet and will feature an elevator, a 690-square-foot live/work office, an 832-square-foot roof deck, a parking garage for seven cars, and storage for 11 bicycles. The development team includes the Regis Group as the developer, Vikara Social Development as the owner’s representative, CANNOdesign as the architect, and the Regis Development Corp. as the contractor. Permits specify a construction cost of $3.2 million, of which $200,000 is allocated toward excavation.

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