Permits have been issued for the construction of a six-unit multi-family building at 1929 North 7th Street in North Philadelphia East near Temple University. Upon completion, the building will rise five stories tall. A roof deck will be located at the top of the structure. The building will hold 9,156 square feet of space and cost an estimated $900,000 to build.
North Philadelphia East
Permits have been issued for the construction of a six-unit multi-family structure at 2202 North Marshall Street in North Philadelphia East near Temple University. The building will rise four stories tall and will feature a roof deck. In total, the structure will hold 6,408 square feet of space. Permits estimate construction costs at $350,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit building at 1019 West Dauphin Street in the Temple University area in North Philadelphia. The structure will rise from a 1,492-square-foot footprint and will feature 4,084 square feet of floor space. Permits list Rise Philly LLC as the owner, Plato Marinakos as the designer, and Philly Design & Build LLC as the contractor. Construction is expected to cost $350,000.
Permits have been issued for a multi-family conversion of an existing structure situated at 1705-13 North 7th Street in the Temple University Area of North Philadelphia. The project includes the complete change in use of the existing four-story prewar building with 22 residential units added to the property. The building includes a total of 17,305 square feet of space. Construction costs are estimated at $1.5 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit residential building at 2209 North 7th Street in North Philadelphia East, within a ten-minute walk of Temple University. The structure will span a 1,222-square-foot footprint and will offer 3,494 square feet of floor space, which lends an average of 1,165 square feet per unit. The proposal calls for a cellar and a roof deck, which will likely offer sweeping views of the skyline due to a lack of taller buildings or other obstructions in the vicinity. Permits list Vila Investments LLC as the owner, Christopher Menna as the designer, and JPL Construction Inc. as the contractor.