A series of five adjacent three-story, six-unit apartment buildings have been proposed at 3837 through 3845 Wallace Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia, yielding a total of 30 apartments. Designed by Haverford Square Designs, each structure will span 4,500 square feet, lending an average of 750 square feet per unit, and will feature a basement, nine-foot-plus ceilings, and full sprinkling. Permits for each structure list Francesco Zampetti as the design professional, Eugene Naydovich of Fitler Development as the contractor, and a construction cost of $200,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a multi-family building at 3615 Melon Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building will stand four stories tall and will hold four apartments. In total, the structure will span 4,888 square feet. Construction costs are projected at $366,000.
Permits have been issued for a six-unit multi-family building at 719 North 35th Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Designed by CANNOdesign, the new building will stand three stories tall and span 3,708 square feet. Construction costs are listed at $550,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a 19-unit multi-family building at 723 North 35th Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Two of these units come from a green roof bonus, due to the inclusion of a green roof at the top of the structure, with more six moving from a mixed-income bonus, as affordable ins are also incorporated into the project. There will be seven bike parking spaces to help serve these residential units. CANNOdesign is the firm of record for the project, which is projected to cost $2.96 million to construct.
Today Philly YIMBY takes an in-depth look at the Village Square on Haverford, a multi-family development at 3611 Haverford Avenue in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Today we look at the renderings for the 166-unit multi-family development that will span several adjacent sites on two blocks bordered by Haverford Avenue to the south, Wallace Street to the north, North 36th Street to the east, and North 39th Street to the west. Designed by WRT and developed by Lomax Real Estate Partners and the Mount Vernon Community Development Corporation, the project will consist of several buildings ranging from three to six stories and will offer retail, a mix of rental and condominium units, green promenades, and public art.