Permits have been issued for the construction of a parking garage at 1201 Normandy Place in The Navy Yard, South Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU, the new building will rise six stories tall, with commercial space on the ground floor that will span 11,882 square feet. The structure will hold a total over 240,000 square feet with 661 parking spaces. Construction costs are estimated at $20 million.
Construction prep is making progress at 1201 Normandy Place in The Navy Yard in South Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU and developed by Ensemble Investents and Mosaic Development, the structure will rise four stories tall, with a mechanical penthouse at the top, and will hold 127,259 square feet of lab space, with 2,990 square feet of retail will be located at the ground floor. An off-site garage will hold 58 parking spaces.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a mixed-use tower at 1021 North Hancock Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU, the building will stand 15 stories tall, with commercial space situated on the ground floor and 280 apartments above. In total, the new tower will hold 231,021 square feet of space, and cost an estimated $24 million to build. The tower is being developed by Post Brothers, which is also developing the massive Piazza Terminal complex across the street, which will bring more than 1,000 residential units to the area. The company also owns the Piazza across the street in the other direction, and are planning more developments nearby.
Permits have been issued for for a 611-unit development at 1200 Normandy Place in the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU and will be developed by Ensemble Investments and Mosaic Development Partners, the complex will consist of two mixed-use buildings with commercial space on the ground floor. Both buildings have received permits. Between the two buildings, there will be parking for 160 cars and 230 bikes. Building A will be situated in the northern portion of the site and will rise seven stories tall and feature 265 residential units, as well as amenity space and parking. The structure will span 407,272 square feet and cost $140 million to build. Building B will rise six stories tall and will hold 346 residential units, and will also include amenity space and parking. In total, the structure will hold 229,423 square feet of space, and will cost $120 million to build.
Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit discovered no signs of demolition nor construction activity at the future site of Mercato, a 13-story mixed-use building planned at 1021 North Hancock Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU and developed by the Post Brothers, the 231,676-square-foot high-rise will feature 280 residential units as well as a retail component at the ground floor. A plaza on Hancock Street will contribute much-needed public space in the rapidly growing neighborhood.