Renderings have been revealed for a life sciences laboratory building at 1201 Normandy Place in the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU and developed by Ensemble Investments and Mosaic Development, the building will rise four stories tall, with a mechanical penthouse on top, and will feature 127,259 square feet of lab space. The ground floor will also hold 2,990 square feet of retail. An off-site garage will hold 58 parking spaces.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a 247-unit mixed-use development at 2101 Washington Avenue in Graduate Hospital, South Philadelphia. Designed by JKRP Architects and developed by OCF Realty, the structure will rise six stories tall. Two large commercial spaces will be located on the ground floor, one at 21st Street and the other at 22nd Street. Amenities will include a roof deck and an underground parking garage for residents. In total, the building will hold 195,131 square feet of space. Construction costs estimated at $40 million.
Structural framework has reached the pinnacle at Southbridge Phase Two, located at 701 South 19th Street in Graduate Hospital, South Philadelphia. The building rises four stories tall and holds seven condo units. Developed by Zatos Investments, the building stands next tp Southbridge Condos Phase One, which is bringing six residential units to the market, making for a combined 13 units between the two phases.
Renderings have been revealed for a 611-unit mixed-use development at 1200 Normandy Place in the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia. Designed by DIGSAU and developed by Ensemble Investments and Mosaic Development Partners, the complex will be a huge milestone for the district, which is receiving billions of dollars in investment for the area’s master plan. The project will consist of two adjacent buildings, with a new thoroughfare to be built in between. Building A will hold 265 residential units, which will occupy 384,190 square feet of space. The ground floor will feature 8,617 square feet of commercial space, bringing the total area in the structure to 392,807 square feet of space. Building B will accommodate 346 residential units, which will take up 294,411 square feet. A planned 17,138 square feet of commercial space will be situated on the ground floor, bringing the total to 311,549 square feet. The two buildings will also include parking space for 166 cars and 230 bicycles.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-unit multi-family building at 1701 South 24th Street in Point Breeze, South Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building will rise three stories tall, with an access structure connecting to a roof deck at the pinnacle. In total, the building will hold 3,200 square feet of space, with construction costs estimated at $350,000. Maher Abdelaal is listed as the project’s design professional, with Clifford Lasky specified as the contractor.