Earlier this year, KCA Design Associates submitted a Civic Design Review document to the Philadelphia Planning Commission for a six-story, 90-unit residential building proposed at 3314 Fairmount Avenue in Mantua, West Philadelphia. The project, developed by DTEG Investments, LLC, will span a L-shaped through-block site between Melon Street and Fairmount Avenue and span 82,776 gross square feet, including 5,200 square feet of industrial space. A revised CDR document was released on On October 9th, showing changes to the design.
DTEG Investments LLC is proposing a five-story apartment building at 3314 Fairmount Avenue in Mantua, West Philadelphia. KCA Design Associates is the designer for the structure, which would stand as one of the largest apartment buildings in the neighborhood. The L-shaped, elevator-serviced building will feature 90 one- and two-bedroom residential units spanning from 520 to 940 square feet. Parking space for 30 bicycles will also be provided.
Demolition permits have been filed for an abandoned three-story rowhouse located at 4136 Lancaster Avenue in the Haverford North neighborhood in West Philadelphia. The boarded-up, red brick faced building is located near the corner of Lancaster Avenue and Parrish Avenue. 4041 Corp is the listed owner.
A zoning permit has been filed for the demolition of a three-story, prewar rowhouse at 3609 Spring Garden Street at the border of the Mantua and Powelton Village neighborhoods in West Philadelphia. The permit follows an earlier filing for demolition and construction of an attached structure with a porch and a roof deck, issued in January. 3609 Spring Garden Housin [sic] is the listed owner.
Permits have been issued for 897 North 40th Street in the Mantua neighborhood of West Philadelphia. The proposal calls for a three-story, six-unit, sprinkled residential structure to rise at the site of an existing grass lot. The planned roof deck will offer sweeping views of the Philadelphia skyline. The permit also makes provisions for a covered walkway or sidewalk closure for the duration of the construction.