Permits have been issued for the construction of six three-story, single-family rowhouses at 1403-13 North Marston Street in Brewerytown, Lower North Philadelphia. Also known as Brewerytown Marston Workforce Housing, the attached, contiguous structures will rise from a vacant lot on the east side of the block between Master and Jefferson streets, one property away from Master. Designed by Moto Designshop, each structure will span 1,353 square feet. Permit documentation lists a development team with the Civetta Property Group as the owner, Ruggiero Plante Land Design as the civil engineer, the Ramtin Group as the structural engineer, and Spruce Builders as the contractor.
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Development is underway for a three-story, ten-unit multi-family building at 3430 West Clearfield Street in Allegheny West, North Philadelphia. The apartment building is part of Clearfield Court, a development that will also include eight duplexes totaling 16 units. 3430 West Clearfield Street will unify several lots on an irregular, L-shaped lot bound by Clearfield Street to the north, Commissioner Street to the south, and 35th Street to the west. Designed by CANNOdesign and Ruggiero Plante Land Design and developed by the Argo Property Group, the structure will span 8,349 square feet and feature a basement and a roof deck. Permits, which were issued last month, list the Argo Development Group as the contractor and specify a construction cost of $5.5 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, 15-unit apartment building at 3838-52 Pechin Street in Manayunk, Northwest Philadelphia. The development will replace an overgrown lot at a hilltop site at the east side of the block between Ridge Avenue and Hermit Street. Designed by 3GHC Architects and Ruggiero Plante Land Design, the project will span 11,790 square feet and will feature parking for six vehicles. Permits list 2nd Story Renovations as the contractor and a construction cost of $2 million.
Construction work is complete at Mount Airy Meadows, an eight-townhouse development at 59-75 East Sharpnack Street in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Ruggiero Plante Land Design, with ANC Builders Inc. as the contractor, each building rises three stories and spans 2,298 square feet. The the buildings share a common rear drive aisle, which is used to access in-building garages. Permits list construction costs of $200,000 per structure, which puts the total project construction cost at $1.6 million.
A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY has revealed that construction work is nearing completion at a townhouse complex at 80 East Sharpnack Street in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia. The six attached single-family dwellings are situated along Magnolia Street, although the site’s location at the corner of Sharpnack Street gives the project an address at the latter. Designed by Ruggiero Plante Land Design, with ANC Builders Inc. as the contractor, each building rises three stories tall and spans 2,238 square feet, with a height measuring 38 feet to the main roof and 48 feet to the top of the pilot house. The rowhouses share a common rear drive aisle, which provides access to in-building garages.