Permits have been issued for the construction of a mixed-use building located at 1613 Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. Upon completion, the new building will stand four stories tall, with a commercial space on the ground floor. The rest of the structure will hold 13 residential units. Cadre Design is the architectural firm behind the project.
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Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-unit multi-family structure at 1817 North 18th Street in Cecil B. Moore, Lower North Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building will span 4,850 square feet and feature a basement and two roof decks. There will be three residential units within the structure, all apartments.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-unit multi-family building at 1825 North 17th Street in Cecil B Moore, North Philadelphia. Once completed, the new building will rise three stories tall plus a cellar and a roof deck. In total, the structure will yield 5,564 square feet of space. Construction costs are specified at $250,000.
A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY has revealed that demolition has begun at the historic Columbia Theater at 2709 Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The 100-year-plus-old structure, situated at the north side of the block between North 27th and Marston streets, will be replaced by a four-story, 18-unit apartment building. Designed by Kore Design Architecture (KCA), the new development will span 21,030 square feet and feature elevator service, full sprinkling and a roof deck. Permits list Bloomtown Holdings LLC as the owner, GRIT Construction as the contractor, and a construction cost of $3.16 million. The Columbia Theatre, as it was originally known, was built in 1911 in a grand Beaux-Arts style. The massive, dramatic marquee and vertical sign that once adorned its front entrance are long gone. Still present, however, is the symmetrical facade with Palladian and oeil-de-boeuf windows, a garland-adorned crown, and a dentil course cornice. Even the elegant bishop’s crook light sconces continue to grace the structure at the second level. The roughly 30-foot-tall building is at once in scale with the avenue’s rowhouses and offers a distinct sense of urbane grandeur.
Construction has been complete at a three-story, three-unit residential building at 1725 North 21st Street, near Temple University, in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. Designed by Casalina Design Group, Inc., the structure replaces a vacant lot on the east side of the block between Cecil B. Moore Avenue and West Montgomery Avenue. The development spans 3,480 square feet of interior space, lending an average of over 1,100 square feet per apartment, and features a cellar and two roof decks with sweeping skyline views. Permits list 2323 Cabot Street LLC as the owner and City Suburban Home Builders as the contractor. Construction costs are specified at $325,000.