Northern Liberties

Credit: Handel Architects.

Two-Towered Development Planned at 200 Spring Garden Street and 412 North 2nd Street in Northern Liberties

In the last few days, details have been slowly coming to light about a large potential development planned for 200 Spring Garden Street and 412 North 2nd Street in the zone situated between Northern Liberties and Old City. National Real Estate, the developers of the massive East Market complex in Center City, is behind the project. One of the two planned high-rises is a 14-story tower situated at 2nd and Spring Garden that will hold 355 residential units. The tower will stand 149 feet tall and will also include 105 parking spaces. The other building will be located at 412 North 2nd Street and will stand 244 feet and 23 floors high. Here, 397 residential units will be situated along with 106 parking spaces.

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Via Stamm Development.

Construction Underway at The Beverly at 1102 Germantown Avenue in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia

Construction is now underway at The Beverly, a six-story, 50-unit mixed-use development at 1102 Germantown Avenue in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia. Developed by Stamm Development Group, the building will feature commercial space on the ground floor and residential units above. The project will include a green roof, storage for tenants, and spaces for nine cars and 17 bicycles. In total, the development will hold 54,076 square feet of space and will cost an estimated $10 million to build. The project is being built by Tester Construction.

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300 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard. Image by Handel Architects

New Renderings Released for 300 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard in Northern Liberties

New renderings have been released for 300 North Columbus Boulevard via a Civic Design Review submission, giving an updated look at the high-rise that will stand just to the north of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. The structure will rise 28 stories and 316 feet tall, and will be located on the north side of the Old City neighborhood, near the boundary of Center City and Northern Liberties to the north, where several projects underway and many proposals have been revealed. The building was designed by Handel Architects, which had also designed the 805-foot Madison House at 15 East 30th Street in New York City. The project is being developed by The Durst Organization, which is also developing the massive Penn’s Landing Redevelopment just to the south of the Ben Franklin Bridge.

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Piazza Terminal rendering looking northeast from Germantown Avenue. Image via Post Brothers

YIMBY Tours the Piazza Terminal in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia

Philly YIMBY recently went on a construction site visit to the Piazza Terminal, a mixed-use mega-development underway at 1075 Germantown Avenue in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia. Designed by the BKV Group, the project will contain three main towers, interconnected by lower structures. The complex is being developed by the Post Brothers, which owns the Atlantic Building at 1401 Spruce Street and is also finishing work on The Poplar Apartments. The development’s 1,144 units will greatly expand the amount of residential space available in the area, while its substantial public space will improve the local pedestrian experience.

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North Liberty Triangle at 1102-48 North 2nd Street. Credit: Streamline

Steel Ascends at North Liberty Triangle at 1115-27 North American Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia

Philly YIMBY’s recent visit to Liberty Triangle at 1115-27 North American Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia, has revealed that the steel structure for the second building of the complex is well underway, with two of the eventual six stories already assembled. The structure is located to the north of the first building, which stands four stories tall and is further along in construction progress. Developed by Streamline Development, the project stands within a rapidly developing hub within the neighborhood. The complex will hold a total of 84 units and the structure to the north will include retail space spread out across the ground floor. The units on the upper levels will have larger average sizes compared to the structure to the south.

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