Construction work is essentially complete at ANOVA UCity Square, a 463-unit mixed-use development located at 3700 Lancaster Avenue in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by Lessard Design and developed by GMH Capital Partners and Wexford Science and Technology, the building stands six stories tall, with retail space along Lancaster Avenue and apartments above. The building is a part of the greater uCity Square megadevelopment, which is set to become one of the most major office and laboratory hubs in the city. A total of 157 parking spaces are also included within the project.
3700 Lancaster Avenue
Façade work is in progress for 3700 Lancaster, a six-story, 463-unit mixed-use development situated at 3700 Lancaster Avenue in University City, West Philadelphia. The building, which is a part of the massive uCity Square megadevelopment, rises six stories tall and will hold 463 residential units upon completion. Commercial space will be offered on the ground floor and 157 parking spots will be included in the project.
Construction has topped out at the six-story, 463-unit development in progress at 3700 Lancaster Avenue in University City, West Philadelphia. The project will offer ample retail space on the ground floor as well as 157 parking spaces for residents. The building is the northernmost component of the massive uCity Square development, and sits at a prominent location at the junction of Lancaster and Powelton avenues. A pedestrian promenade will run along the building rear.
Construction has been progressing rapidly at 3700 Lancaster Avenue, a massive six-story apartment building in the uCity Square megaproject in University City, West Philadelphia. The 304,907-square-foot project will add 463 new residential units and 157 parking spaces units to the neighborhood. YIMBY first shared the project in September, when foundation work had been completed and framing had begun on the first floor.
Construction is progressing quickly on the six-story, mixed-use structure at 3700 Lancaster Avenue in University City. The building, which is part of the multibillion-dollar uCity Square megaproject, will rise on an angled lot that was formerly home to the University City High School. The development will add 463 residential unit and retail to the growing Lancaster Avenue and University City. The structure will hold 304,907 square feet of residential space and 13,856 square feet of retail space. Plans also call for 157 parking spaces for residents’ use.