Recently Philadelphia YIMBY shared photos of current site conditions at the future site of Jefferson University Caroline Kimmel Biomedical Research Center, an 11-story medical and laboratory building proposed at 214 South 9th Street in Washington Square West, Center City. Designed by Payette, the building will feature common areas on the lower levels and research labs on the floors above. Today we share additional renderings for the development.
In December 2021, YIMBY reported that permits have been issued for a 12-story, 375-unit mixed-use development at 1223-45 Washington Avenue in Hawthorne, South Philadelphia. Designed by BKV Group, the project will span 372,721 square feet and offer commercial space on the ground floor along Washington Avenue as well as a parking garage with space for 78 cars; parking will also be available for 184 bicycles. Construction costs are specified at $62 million. Since that time, no construction has yet taken place at the property, as seen in our recent site visit.
A site visit by Philly YIMBY has revealed that construction is underway at a five-story multi-family building at 2738 Federal Street in Grays Ferry, South Philadelphia. Designed by Gnome Architects, with GRIT Construction as the contractor,…
Center City West is seeing a surge in construction, where one of the more notable developments is an overbuild proposed at 2300-24 Market Street. The original iteration was designed by Tantillo Architecture, with Lubert-Adler as the developer. The architect behind the latest design is KieranTimberlake, and Breakthrough Properties is the developer. The building was originally planned at 202 feet and 14 stories tall, but now the plans show a slightly shorter, nine-story structure. In a city meeting, four slides were presented showcasing diagrams and three new renderings of the new, distinctive design.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, four-unit multi-family building at 1107 North 41st Street in East Parkside, West Philadelphia. A roof deck will be located at the top of the structure. In total, the building will hold 4,769 square feet of space, and cost an estimated $600,000 to build.