Earlier this month, Philly YIMBY shared the news regarding plans for a 12-story, 170-unit mixed-use high-rise development proposed at 4746-48 Spruce Street in Garden Court (alternately Walnut Hill), West Philadelphia, going before the Civic Design Review. Today we venture beyond the brief overview we presented with the earlier news break to share an extensive package of plans and diagrams that were presented within the CDR submission. Designed by PZS Architects, the project will allocate 149,590 square feet for apartments, 5,700 square feet of residential amenities, around 29,000 square feet of indoor commercial space (plus a 1,500-square-foot commercial tenant terrace) and parking for around 28 cars and 76 bicycles. Although demolition permits have been issued in May, no comprehensive construction permits have yet been issued; however, the project may proceed as of right as it conforms with the zoning code and requires no variances, and has already received a preliminary review and approval.
Construction is progressing rapidly at 314 South 46th Street, a 25-unit multi-family development in Garden Court, West Philadelphia. The project involves the renovation of an existing historic church structure as well as the construction of a new addition. In total, the project will consist of 25 residential units. The church will be mostly preserved as it stands today, with no major changes made to the exterior. The new addition will provide a pleasant contrast to the design with gray brick and wood paneling.
A rendering has been revealed for a 25-unit residential development at 314 South 46th Street as construction begins on the project located in Garden Court, West Philadelphia. YIMBY shared news of the project in August, stating that permits were issued for the property. Developed by High Top Real Estate, the project includes a renovation of a former church, which will receive a third floor as well as an attached four-story addition.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a seven-story, 220-unit mixed-use project at 4701-29 Pine Street in Garden Court (alternately Walnut Hill), West Philadelphia. The development, covered in detail in an August article, will consist of a six-story extension above an existing single-floor garage structure, and serve as an expansion to the Garden Court Plaza, a 13-story prewar apartment tower at 4701 Pine Street. Designed by BLT Architects, the project will hold a total of 198,569 square feet of space (not counting the prewar tower), of which 181,119 square feet will come from the newly built floors. The ground floor will hold commercial space and 66 parking spaces. A roof deck will be situated on the second floor. Construction costs are estimated at $35 million.
A zoning permit has been filed for the construction of a multi-family residential building at 5143 Irving Street in Walnut Hill, West Philadelphia. The structure will span a 2,506-square-foot footprint and will feature balconies and roof decks. No demolition permits ha yet been filed for a vacant two-story commercial structure currently located at the site. Junk Property LLC is the listed owner.