A set of updated permits has been issued for a three-story, three-unit residential building proposed at 5617 Sansom Street in Cobbs Creek, West Philadelphia. Philly YIMBY reported the original permit filing in December 2020. The latest permits offer new details on the project, including a planned building footprint of 1,136 square feet, a total floor area of 2,561 square feet, and a construction cost of $107,175. The structure will be fully sprinkled. Stephen Sanders is the listed owner, with Scott Woodruff specified as the architect and AIMES LLC as the contractor.
A zoning permit has been issued for the construction of a two-family building at 5341 Chestnut Street in Cobbs Creek, West Philadelphia. The structure will rise in place of a vacant, fenced-in lot that once housed a rowhome. The site is situated on the north side of the block between South Ruby and South 54th streets. The building’s footprint will span 750 square feet. A roof deck will be located atop the structure. Oraiysa Builders LLC is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a multi-family structure at 5617 Sansom Street in Cobbs Creek, West Philadelphia. The sits sits on the north side of the block located between South 56th Street and South 57th Street. The building footprint will span 1,137 square feet. Stephen Sanders is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant two-story prewar rowhouse at 275 South 62nd Street in Cobbs Creek, West Philadelphia. The former single-family dwelling is located at the southeast corner of South 62nd Street and Irving Street and will be torn down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program at a cost of $17,777. Do Hong is the listed owner. Pedro Palmer Construction Inc. is the listed contractor.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story rowhouse at 6143 Walnut Street in Cobbs Creek, West Philadelphia. The prewar single-family dwelling is situated on a block that is located between South 61st Street and South 62nd Street. The building will be torn down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The property is owned by Mary Louis Ashmore. The contractor listed for the work is Thomas Curran.