Permits have been issued for a multi-family renovation at 1401 South Broad Street in the neighborhood of Passyunk Square, South Philadelphia. The plans call for the addition of four residential units to the structure, as…
The team behind Schuylkill Yards West at 3025 John F. Kennedy has announced that a groundbreaking has been scheduled for March. The 361-foot-tall, 28-story tower will be the first of the skyscrapers planned at the 14-acre Schuylkill Yards megaproject, which is developed by Brandywine Realty Trust. The building was designed by Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, which has also designed the vibrant red 3001 John F. Kennedy Boulevard that will rise to the east. The building will house retail and 326 residential units, which will be serviced by a large amenity terrace. The building will also feature office and lab space on the podium floors.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, six-unit multi-family structure at 109 North 63rd Street in Haddington, West Philadelphia. Aimes LLC is listed as the contractor for the project and 109-111 N 63rd Street Association is the listed owner. The structure will cost an estimated $279,000 to build.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story, 12-unit multi-family structure at 3401 Wallace Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. Certain apartments will have access to private roof decks. Sweeping views of the skyline will likely be available from the top floor, spanning from University City to Center City and beyond. The property sits at the northwest corner of Wallace and 34th streets. The 15,755-square-foot building will cost an estimated $2.5 million to build. 3401 Wallace LLC is the listed owner.
Topping out appears imminent at Arthaus, a 542-foot-tall, 47-story tower rising at 311 South Broad Street in Center City, a few blocks to the south of City Hall. The project’s height is remarkable for the area and the building already stands high above the surroundings. The tower will have 107 units, with the lower four floors designated for amenity, retail, and parking space. The tower is designed by the renowned architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, which also designed the one of the city’s tallest buildings, the BNY Mellon Center at 1735 Market Street. Developer Dranoff Properties is also behind the 375-foot-tall, 163-unit Symphony House, completed a block south at 1414 Pine Street in 2007.