Last week, YIMBY looked at The Luxe Phase I, a six-story, 96-unit rental development under construction at 1705 North American Street in Norris Square; today we take an in-depth look at the project via the imagery and documentation provided in the Civic Design Review submission. Listed under a full address of 1705-41 North American Street and alternatively branded as The Luxe Fishtown (the official project site describes the neighborhood as Fishtown West), the development spans a through-block lot that stretches from North American Street to the west to North Philip Street to the east. Designed by the Atrium Design Group and Stantec, the building will span 95,000 square feet and feature around 9,900 square feet of ground-floor retail, a full amenity suite, a roof deck, and parking for 44 cars and 72 bicycles. Units will range from studios to three-bedrooms. Permits list Turn Key Realty as the contractor and specify a construction cost of $15 million.
Last month, YIMBY shared renderings for Tioga District’s Diamond Health Hub, a 120-unit mixed-use project proposed at 2024-32 North 22nd Street in North Philadelphia West; today we offer an encore with additional information and renderings. The development will rise from a through-block lot bordered by North 22nd Street to the east and North Croskey Street to the west. Designed by Oombra Architects, the building will stand five stories tall and offer 49,423 square feet of residential space and 10,567 square feet of commercial space. The residences will be allocated for mixed income seniors aged 55 and above and will include parking for nine cars and 28 bicycles.
Last month, YIMBY introduced 1600 North Broad Street (alternately 1406 Cecil B. Moore Avenue), a 15-story, 245-unit residential development proposed across from the Temple University campus in North Philadelphia; today we take a closer look at information and imagery regarding the project. Designed by JKRP Architects, the structure will rise 189 feet tall, making a significant contribution to the local skyline, and span 238,090 square feet. The project is developed by Bart Blatstein‘s Tower Investments, which also developed the Edge and Avenue North buildings adjacent on either side of the new proposal. A total of 46 parking spaces will be added to the 16 that will be preserved at the site, and 82 bicycle parking spaces will be introduced. Despite its adjacency to the Temple campus, the development will cater to the general populace rather than exclusively to university students.
Philadelphia YIMBY recently visited One Dock Street, a 364-foot-tall, 31-story high-rise under construction in the Society Hill section of Old City in Center City, to document finishing touches going up at the skyline-altering tower. Designed by BLT Architects and developed by LCOR Incorporated, the tower rises near the Delaware River waterfront and close to architect I.M. Pei‘s similarly-scaled Society Hill Towers. The structure will span over 300,000 square feet of interior space and feature 272 rental units. Permits list Hunter Roberts Holdings LLC as the contractor and specify a construction cost of $66.55 million.
Recently, YIMBY shared an extensive set of Broad and Lombard, a 553-foot-tall, 43-story development proposed at 500 South Broad Street (alternately 500-10 South Broad Street in Center City. Today we look at the floor plans for one of the most significant developments on the city’s drawing boards. Designed by SITIO Architecture + Urbanism and developed by Broad Lombard Associates LP, the project will consist of three buildings, with the new tower spanning 517,907 square feet and featuring 468 residential units, the renovated three-story Health Center Building with 80,440 square feet of commercial space and underground parking for 30 vehicles, and a renovated historic townhouse.