Permits have been issued for the construction of a seven-unit multi-family building at 2129 West Seybert Street in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building will rise three stories tall, will hold 6,395 square feet of space, and will feature multiple roof decks. Georges Ballouze is listed as the design professional, with Firestone LP as the contractor. Construction costs are estimated at $900,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of two multi-family structures at 2203 and 2217 West Thompson Street in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building at 2203 West Thompson Street will rise three stories tall and will feature three residential units, as well as a roof deck and cellar. In total, the building will hold 3,648 square feet of space, with construction costs estimated at $459,000. The building at 2217 West Thompson Street will have the exact same scale and cost.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a pair of three-story, three-unit rowhouses at 2423 and 2425 West Thompson Street in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. The site is situated on the north side of the block between North 24th Street and North 25th Street. Each structure will rise from a 1,000-square-foot footprint, contain 3,900 square feet of floor area, cost $300,000 to build, and feature full sprinkling and roof decks, which will provide sweeping skyline views. Permits list Harrison Inc. as both the owner and contractor, and Craig Deutsch as the designer.
A pair of permits has been issued for the construction of two multi-family buildings located at 2427 and at 2429 Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. Each building would span a 1,280-square-foot footprint and feature a roof deck. James A. Clancy is the listed designer United Development LLC is the owner for both properties.
Permits have been filed for a multi-family residential structure at 2016 Master Street in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. The property is located on the south side of the block between North Ridge Avenue and 21st Street. The structure will span a 1,000-square-foot footprint and feature a cellar and roof access structures. The Philadelphia Housing Authority is the listed owner.