A recent site visit by Philadelphia YIMBY has noted that construction work has still not started at a 315-foot-tall, 24-story tower proposed at 702 Sansom Street in Market East, Center City. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Toll Brothers, the development will hold 85 residential units.
Renderings have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 1314-32 Spring Garden Street in Callowhill. Designed by Volumetric Building Companies, the building will rise seven stories tall, with 1,598 square feet of retail space at the ground floor. The upper floors will contain 149 apartments, with a unit breakdown of 96 studios, 48 junior one bedrooms, and five two-bedrooms. Of the 28 parking spaces, three will be accessible, four will be auto-share spaces, and one will have an electrical charging station. Additionally, 60 bicycle spaces will be included within the project.
Permits have been issued for a mixed-use renovation of the Willow Steak Plant at 411-19 North 9th Street in Callowhill. The eight-story structure will be retrofitted with commercial space and restaurant at the ground floor, along with eight residential units. The upper floors will hold 61 additional residential units. Total renovated space will span 76,806 square feet. Parallel Architecture is the firm behind the renovation.
Renderings have been revealed for a mixed-use development proposed at 225-39 North 13th Street in Chinatown, Center City. Designed by SLP Architectural Services, the new building will stand seven stories tall, with 1,740 square feet of commercial space at the ground floor, where an 1,104-square-foot gym will also be located. The structure will contain 81 residential units, to be used as short-term rental. No parking will be included with the project, though there will be a loading dock for commercial purposes.
A recent site visit by Philadelphia YIMBY has noted that site preparation work is underway for the construction of a 307-foot-tall, 23-story mixed-use tower at 2301 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Center City West. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and developed by the PMC Property Group (which also serves as the contractor), the curvy edifice will rise on a slender-wedge shaped lot by the Schuylkill River waterfront and will contain 334,201 square feet of interior space. The project will offer 287 residential units as well as office space and parking for 44 cars and 96 bicycles. Permits list a construction cost of $105 million.