Renderings have been revealed for Comly Commons, a six-story mixed-use building at 1825 East Boston Street in East Kensington. The development will consist of an overbuild (a vertical extension) above existing structures, as well as a new addition. Designed by SgRA Architecture, the structure will contain 139 residential units, 28 of which will be classified as affordable, as well as industrial and maker space. Amenities in the building will include a community garden, a roof deck, and a dog run.
Renderings have been revealed for 1641-45 North 2nd Street in Olde Kensington. Designed by Cannon Design and developed by R+M Development Partners and BKP Development Group, the project will stand five stories upon completion, with a commercial space set to occupy the ground floor. 20 residential units are planned above. Accessory parking for residents is set to be included.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a mixed-use building at 2653-61 Salmon Street in Olde Richmond, Kensington. The development will include the renovation of the existing structure as well as a new addition. The building will stand two stories tall and hold eight residential units, with a total of 14,195 square feet of floor space and an estimated construction cost of $900,000.
Renderings have been revealed for a large development at 1640-48 North Hancock Street in Olde Kensington. Designed by HDO Architecture, The building will stand five stories tall with commercial space on the ground floor and 110 residential units. 36 parking spaces will be included in the development, with three set to be for electric vehicles and two more to be accessible. Additionally, the building will also include 64 bike spaces.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit residential building at 1511 North Hancock Street in Fishtown, Kensington. The development will replace a single story garage-type facility located on the east side of the block between Jefferson Street and West Oxford Street. The structure will rise from a 1,050-square-foot footprint and will contain 3,150 square feet of floor space. Permits list Enam Abazi as the owner, with Paul Dietz specified as the designer and Qazim Kupa as the contractor.