Permits have been filed for the construction of a multi-family residential structure at 3200 West York Street in Strawberry Mansion, North Philadelphia. The structure would span a footprint measuring 2,405 square feet. City of Philadelphia Department of Public Property is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a three-story single-family structure at 3854 Pennsgrove Street in the East Parkside neighborhood of West Philadelphia. The new building will replace a grassy lot that backs onto a small wooded area beside a railyard. The owner of the property listed on the document is BSM Investments LLC.
Several new developments are in various stages of progress along Sansom Street, including the 599-foot Laurel Rittenhouse, the tallest under-construction building in the city. Another major high-rise proposed on the street is the 308-foot-tall, 24-story residential tower at 702 Sansom Street, developed by Toll Brothers. The 85-unit project will replace six low-rise buildings on Jewellers Row, a notable locale in the Washington Square district. SLCE Architects produced a sharp, eye-catching design that will boost the skyline prominence of eastern Center City.
After decades of service reductions to its regional rail system, SEPTA has embarked on a development program that seeks to revive some of the former rail services. One such project is the Wawa Station currently under construction in the Middletown Township, PA, reviving a part of a route that once ran from Philadelphia to West Chester until its discontinuation in September 1986. SEPTA plans to restore service on the Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line from its current terminus at Elwyn Station.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a single-family structure at 2545 North Howard Street in West Kensington. The building will replace an overgrown lot near the middle of the block. Kupa Shahe is listed as the owner of the property.