A multi-family building to be located at 1817 East York Street was recently was issued permits for construction. The building will sit in the East Kensington in North Philadelphia between Jasper Street and Kensington Avenue.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story rowhouse at 3850 North Percy Street in Hunting Park, North Philadelphia. The single-family structure, which has sat vacant for years, will be demolished as part of the City of Philadelphia demolition program. Bradley Rodney C. is the listed owner and FH Demolition is the specified contractor. The cost of work is listed at $12,999.
Demolition permits have been filed for a two-story single-family structure at 2459 North Bouvier Street in North Central Philadelphia. The vacant building spans 1,200 square feet. Ghafary Nazir is the listed owner. FH Demolition is the listed contractor. The cost of work is listed at $9,999. The demolition will be a part of the City of Philadelphia demolition program.
The Philadelphia skyline has come a long way over the past 300 years, and still has a long way to go with the developments currently on the drawing boards. Philly YIMBY presents a tour of the past, present and future of the city’s skyline, with exclusive renderings of the skyline’s appearance ten years from now.
Philadelphia’s largest currently planned structure sits not in a booming district such as Center City or University City, but in a low-density area on the city’s outskirts in Northeast Philadelphia. A 1,004,000-square-foot UPS package sortation and distribution facility is proposed at 1 Red Lion Road in Bustleton, Northeast Philadelphia. The development comes from a collaboration between Commercial Development Company, Inc., Blue Rock, Bohler, and NORR. The 140-acre sits sits at the northeast corner of Red Lion Road and Sandmeyer Lane in an industrially zoned area.