Renderings have been revealed for a new multi-family development at 1630-34 North 20th Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. Designed by KCA Design Associates and developed by Full Court Development, the building will rise three stories tall and hold eight residential units within 10,312 square feet of interior space.
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Renderings have been revealed for a large mixed-use development situated at 1314 North Broad Street in Cecil B. Moore, within the Temple University area in North Philadelphia. Designed by Wulff Architects, the project involves the renovation of a set of existing, four-story brownstones, with a 13-story addition built at the rear. The expanded building will include 103,493 square feet of floor space. Commercial space will be located on the first through fourth floors, spanning 14,819 square feet of space, as well as 208 residential units. No parking is planned with the development, which is a logical proposal given its prime transit-accessible location.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a multi-family building at 1738 North 22nd Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The 15,091-square-foot structure will rise four stories high and will contain ten residential units. Construction costs are estimated at $700,000. MNE Properties LLC is the listed owner.
The latest addition to the Temple University area skyline is The Nest, a 215-foot-tall, 17-story student housing building at 1324 North Broad Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. Designed by the Philadelphia-based Cecil Baker + Partners and developed by developed by Brock Development Group, the development is called The Nest and provides 192 units of student housing, which can accommodate up to 500 students. The first floor features retail space, while the second floor holds amenity space, a fitness center, lounges, and an outdoor terrace.
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.