A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY has confirmed that a vacant three-story prewar rowhouse at 1937 West Norris Street in North Philadelphia West has been demolished. The former single-family dwelling stands on the north side of the block between North 19th Street and North 20th Street and will be torn down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program at a cost of $16,961. The City of Philadelphia owns the property. Thomas Curran is the listed contractor.
A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY revealed no signs of construction at a 67-unit multi-family development at 1015 South 3rd Street in Queen Village, South Philadelphia. Designed by HDO Architecture, the building will stand four stories tall. The unit count was increased via zoning bonuses coming from the project’s inclusion of low-income housing and a green roof. The project will include 23 bicycle spaces as well as an additional four more at the sidewalk.
A recent Philly YIMBY visit has revealed that construction is complete at a single-family development at 1833 North Van Pelt Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The building replaces a vacant grass lot situated around halfway between West Montgomery Avenue and West Berks Street. The structure features a roof deck. Joseph Siano Sr. and Daniel Siano J. [[sic] and are the listed owners.
Construction is underway at a mixed-use development at 2008 Broad Street near Temple University in North Philadelphia. The building will stand six stories tall with a 1,600-square-foot commercial space at the ground floor, with 40 residential units and 14 bicycle spaces included in the development. Construction costs are estimated at $1.5 million for the 22,128-square-foot project.
A recent Philly YIMBY visit observed no new construction progress at a multi-family renovation of 500-02 South Street in Queen Village, South Philadelphia. The building will rises three stories tall, with two private roof decks at the top of the structure. The second and third floors will be refitted to accommodate four residential units, while the existing retail space on the ground floor to remain. The renovation cost is listed at $350,000.