Permits have been issued for The Standard At Philadelphia, located at 119 South 31st Street in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by Cube3, the tower will rise approximately 210 feet and 19 stories tall. Its 280 residential units will be targeted towards student housing. The project will include 37 parking spaces. Permits list construction costs at just under $50 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, four-unit residential building at 3519 Hamilton Street in Powelton Village, West Philadelphia. The structure will replace a vacant lot situated on the north side of the block between North 35th and North 36th streets. Permits list Darron T. Mason and Marsha Irons Mason as the owners, Lauren Thomsen as the design professional, and GRIT Construction LLC as the contractor. The total construction cost of $500,000 allocates $350,000 to general construction and $50,000 apiece for electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 817-19 North 42nd Street in Belmont, West Philadelphia. The structure will replace a vacant lot on the northeast corner of North 42nd Street and Reno Street and will span a ground footprint of 2,280 square feet. The 8,188-square-foot area translates to an average of 1,170 square feet per unit. The structure will feature private roof decks, a rear exterior exit stairway, and full sprinkling. Permits list Askin Martin 1 as the owner and Crownstone Real Estate LLC as the contractor. Construction costs are specified at $710,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story multi-family building at 620 North 37th Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Upon completion, the building will offer 21,855 square feet of space and a roof deck. G.A.C. Construction Development is listed as the contractor. Construction costs are specified at $2.5 million.
Construction is making steady progress on a new pedestrian bridge at the Penn Medicine Pavilion, a new hospital tower that is reaching completion at 300 South 33rd Street in University City. The tower, designed by Foster + Partners, stands 343 feet and 17 stories tall, with 1.5 million square feet of space. The new bridge will connect the Pavilion to SEPTA’s Penn Medicine Regional Rail Station, formerly titled University City Station. The station is one of the busiest on the system, attracting riders to the major employment center consisting of the nearby medical facilities.