Permits have been issued for a mixed-use development at 4124-30 Haverford Avenue in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. The work involves an overbuild for the existing single-story structure, rising five stories tall and expanding the existing, roughly 10,000-square-foot building to 43,685 square feet. The permit calls for multiple commercial spaces, as well as 51 apartments and a roof deck. Construction costs are listed at around $8.1 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, five-unit apartment building at 4029 Powelton Avenue in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. The structure will replace a vacant lot on the north side of the block between Wiota Street and North Preston Street. Designed by Cadre Design & Development, the building will feature a basement and two private roof decks. Permits list Yuhua Wang and Emily Xiao as the owners, JS General Contractor Inc. as the contractor, and a construction cost of $150,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, nine-unit multi-family structure at 42 North 40th Street in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. The project uses a mixed-income bonus to allow for its full size and density and will hold 8,374 square feet of space, with an estimated construction cost of $837,400.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a multi-family structure at 4074-86 Haverford Avenue (alternately 4070 Haverford Avenue) in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. The building will stand four stories and feature a roof deck atop the structure, accessible via multiple pilot houses. The building will hold 43 residential units, as well as accessory surface parking. The 34,506-square-foot structure will cost an estimated $3 million to build.
Renderings have been revealed for a multi-family renovation of 4214 Powelton Avenue in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. Designed by M Architecture and developed by Axe Philly, the project involves a major renovation to an existing rowhome with an additional floor to be built atop the three-story structure, which is scheduled to hold five residential units.