Permits have been issued for the construction of a multi-family building at 4146 Parkside Avenue in the neighborhood of Parkside, West Philadelphia. The building will rise five stories tall with 28 residential units. In total, the new structure will hold 26,960 square feet of space and cost an estimated $4 million to build.
Construction is progressing at Ludlow 43 at 12-14 South 43rd Street in Spruce Hill, West Philadelphia. The building will rise six stories and 76 feet tall, making it one of the larger buildings in the area. In total, 18 residential units will be included within the building, with eight one-bedrooms, five two-bedroom, three three-bedroom, and two four-bedroom apartments. Also included in the development will be five parking spaces, a fitness center, and a roof deck.
Structural framing continues to progress at the Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions, a high-rise building that is a part of the 14-acre uCity Square development in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by Ballinger and developed by Wexford Science and Technology LLC, the tower will rise 12 stories and 185 feet tall. The building will yield 174,000 square feet of space and will feature a combination of office and classroom space and will help extend Drexel University’s campus farther west.
Façade work is in progress for 3700 Lancaster, a six-story, 463-unit mixed-use development situated at 3700 Lancaster Avenue in University City, West Philadelphia. The building, which is a part of the massive uCity Square megadevelopment, rises six stories tall and will hold 463 residential units upon completion. Commercial space will be offered on the ground floor and 157 parking spots will be included in the project.
A recently submitted Civic Design Review document has revealed a series of new renderings and diagrams for the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center parking garage proposed at 3800 Powelton Avenue in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed and engineered by Pennoni (a coincidentally fitting firm name for a Penn Presbyterian Medical Center project) and THA Consulting, the structure will rise eight stories tall and will feature nine levels of parking, including rooftop space and will provide nearly 1,500 parking spaces, almost tripling the current amount of parking at the site. The project will feature ground-level retail facing Powelton Avenue and a new green space at the south end of the site.