Permits have been filed for the demolition of a three-story prewar rowhouse at 1513 West Stiles Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The single-family dwelling is situated on the block that is located between North 15th Street and North 16th Street. The structure will be torn down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The cost of work is $19,559. The property is owned by Gregory C. Brown and Kyoko Brown. The contractor listed for the work is Gama Wrecking Inc.
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Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story single-family dwelling at 1735 Seybert Street in the Cecil B. Moore neighborhood of North Philadelphia. The vacant building, located on a block between North 17th Street and North 18th Street, will be demolished as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The building spans a gross area of 1,200 square feet and the cost of work will be $13,995. The property is owned by Andrews Rose and Butler Lillian. FH Demolition is the specified contractor.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a single-family structure at 1816 Seybert Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The structure will replace a vacant lot overgrown with grass on top as the site has been waiting for development. The site is near the corner of West Seybert Street and North 18th Street. The property is owned by K&K 1336 Erie QOF LLC.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a three-story rowhouse at 1933 Nicholas Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The vacant, 1,200-square-foot prewar building sits on the north side of the block between North 19th Street and North 20th Street. The demolition will be carried out as part of the City of Philadelphia demolition program. Chen Liang Yan and Ding Anny are the listed owners and FH Demolition is the contractor. The cost of work is specified at $15,000.
A groundbreaking was held on October 14 for Sharswood Ridge, a 234,000-square-foot mixed-use development at 2077 Ridge Avenue in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. Developed by Mosaic Development, SHIFT Capital, and the Philadelphia Housing Authority, the project aims to revive one of the city’s most distressed neighborhoods with new opportunities for housing, shopping, and employment.