Permits have been issued for the construction of a new multi-family structure at 7355 Dicks Avenue in Southwest Philadelphia. The new building will rise three stories tall, with six residential units inside, all apartments. A roof deck will be located at the top of the structure, with a cellar situated underneath. In total, the building span 5,153 square feet.
A recent site visit by PPhilly YIMBY has revealed that construction is complete at a four-story, 12-unit multi-family structure at 3401 Wallace Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Certain apartments will have access to private roof decks. Sweeping views of the skyline will likely be available from the top floor, spanning from University City to Center City and beyond. The property sits at the northwest corner of Wallace and 34th streets. The 15,755-square-foot building will cost an estimated $2.5 million to build. 3401 Wallace LLC is the listed owner.
Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit has revealed that construction is nearing completion at a four-story, nine-unit apartment building at 3523 Haverford Avenue in Mantua, West Philadelphia. The development rises on the north side of the block between North 35th and North 36th streets. Designed by KCA Design Associates, the structure spans 13,620 square feet and will feature ground-floor commercial space. Permits list G.A.C. Construction Development as the contractor and a construction cost of $3 million.
In 2020, YIMBY had reported that permits were filed for the demolition of a vacant three-story rowhouse at 4136 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford North, West Philadelphia. The property is located on the southwest side of the block between North 41st and Aspen streets. In the two years that have passed since, the dilapidated structure has still not been demolished, as YIMBY has seen in a recent site visit. Permits list Gama Wrecking Inc. as the contractor and specify a cost of work of $27,000.
Renderings have been revealed for a 12-story, 136-unit mixed-use development at 4040-50 Walnut Street in University City, West Philadelphia. The building will rise \138 feet tall, with two commercial spaces on the ground floor along Walnut Street, totaling 5,000 square feet of space. The second floor will be devoted to office space, spanning 15,972 square feet. The upper floors will hold residential units. Parking for 23 cars and 48 bicycles will be included within the project.