Civic Design Review

4151 Lancaster Avenue. Credit: Cicada Architecture.

Renderings Revealed for 4151 Lancaster Avenue in Belmont, West Philadelphia

Renderings have been revealed for the construction of a mixed-use development at 4151 Lancaster Avenue in BelmontWest Philadelphia. Designed by Cicada Architecture, the new building will rise five stories tall and will feature an impressive 11,120 square feet of commercial space, along with 50 residential units spanning 31,501 square feet. Parking for 17 bicycles will be included.

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225-39 North 13th Street. Credit: SLP Architectural Services.

Renderings Revealed For 225-39 North 13th Street In Chinatown, Center City

Renderings have been revealed for a mixed-use development proposed at 225-39 North 13th Street in ChinatownCenter City. Designed by SLP Architectural Services, the new building will stand seven stories tall, with 1,740 square feet of commercial space at the ground floor, where an 1,104-square-foot gym will also be located. The structure will contain 81 residential units, to be used as short-term rental. No parking will be included with the project, though there will be a loading dock for commercial purposes.

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Venice Island at 4436-44-Main Street. Credit: JKRP Architects via the Civic Design Review

Renderings Revealed for Venice Island at 4436-44 Main Street in Manayunk, Northwest Philadelphia

A recent Civic Design Review submission has revealed new renderings for Venice Island, a multi-building mixed-use development proposed at 4436-44 Main Street on the Schuylkill River waterfront in Manayunk, Northwest Philadelphia. The complex will straddle both sides of the Manayunk Canal, with buildings on Venice Island and on the mainland connected via a skywalk. Designed by JKRP Architects, the complex will span 144,082 square feet, which will include 1,000 square feet of retail space and 213 apartments. The development will also include 106 covered parking spaces and storage for 151 bicycles.

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Credence Home Care Residences at 1901 West Westmoreland Street. Credit: J. Mark Wiedmann via the Civic Design Review

Credence Home Care Residences Proposed at 1901 West Westmoreland Street in Nicetown-Tioga, North Philadelphia

A Civic Design Review submission has revealed the plans for Credence Home Care Residences, a seven-story, 99-unit development proposed at 1901 West Westmoreland Street (full address 1901-11 West Westmoreland Street) in Nicetown-Tioga, North Philadelphia. The project, located at the northwest corner of West Westmoreland and North 19th streets, will consist of an expansion to an existing structure. Designed by J. Mark Wiedmann and developed by the Credence Home Care Agency, the development will span 97,017 square feet, which will feature 20 studios, 79 one-bedroom apartments (both age-restricted), a 4,579-square-foot adult day care facility, and 1,912 square feet of office space. Parking for 18 cars and 12 bicycles will also be provided.

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Broad and Lombard at 500 South Broad Street. Credit: SITIO Architecture + Urbanism via the Civic Design Review

YIMBY Shares Floor Plans for Broad and Lombard in Center City

Recently, YIMBY shared an extensive set of Broad and Lombard, a 553-foot-tall, 43-story development proposed at 500 South Broad Street (alternately 500-10 South Broad Street in Center City. Today we look at the floor plans for one of the most significant developments on the city’s drawing boards. Designed by SITIO Architecture + Urbanism and developed by Broad Lombard Associates LP, the project will consist of three buildings, with the new tower spanning 517,907 square feet and featuring 468 residential units, the renovated three-story Health Center Building with 80,440 square feet of commercial space and underground parking for 30 vehicles, and a renovated historic townhouse.

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