Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story mixed-use building at 436 Diamond Street in Norris Square, North Philadelphia. The structure will replace a vacant lot at the southwest corner of Diamond and North Orkney Street. Designed by SanBarDesign, the project will span 1,883 square feet and will feature a basement, commercial space at the ground level and two residential units above. Permits list Elkins LTD as the contractor and specify a construction cost of $280,000, of which $55,000 is allocated toward construction.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a 149-unit mixed-use building at 1314-32 Spring Garden Street in Callowhill, Center City. Designed by Volumetric Building Companies, the new building will be made using modular construction techniques and will feature ground-floor commercial space and a green roof.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit mixed-use development at 2323 East Cabot Street in Fishtown. Designed by Sanbar Design, the building will span 3,898 square feet and feature commercial space at the ground floor.
Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit confirms that construction has not yet begun at the three-story single-family rowhouse proposed at 1816 Seybert Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia, as seen in a recent site visit by Philly YIMBY. The development will replace a vacant lot on the south side of the block between North 18th and North 19th streets, situated a block east of the Girard College campus Designed by Carolina Pena of Parallel Architecture Studio LLC, the structure will span 1,987 square feet and will feature a cellar, a roof deck, and full sprinkling. Permits list BI Direct LLC as the contractor.
Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit shows that a site slated for construction continues to sit vacant at 1735 Seybert Street in Cecil B. Moore, Lower North Philadelphia, after the demolition of a vacant two-story single-family rowhouse. An attractive wood plank fence encloses the vacant lot. The work was performed as part of the City of Philadelphia demolition program. Permits listed Francis Henriquez of FH Demolition as the contractor and a work cost of $13,995.