Renderings have been revealed for a seven-story residential development at 741 Spring Garden Street in Poplar, North Philadelphia. Designed by JKRP Architects and developed by Arts + Crafts Holdings, the complex will consist of a 99,114-square-foot building plus 10,405 square feet of covered ground-level parking and a 1,279-square-foot roof deck. The 146 units will range from studios to two bedrooms.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a four-story apartment building at 1420 Point Breeze Avenue in Point Breeze, South Philadelphia. The property is located on a block between Dickinson Street and Reed Street. Permits have also been filed for the demolition of the commercial building currently on site, making way for the new structure that will greatly increase local density with 42 residential units. The property is owned by 1420 PB Ave LLC and 1420 PB Ave LLC. Mangual Demolition Inc. is the specified contractor.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story prewar residential structure at 638 North 39th Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. The property is located at the corner of Wallace Street and North 39th Street. The cost of the work will be $30,000. The property is owned by Owner G LLC. The contractor listed to execute the future work RPS Construction.
Last month, YIMBY unveiled the UPS package sortation and distribution facility proposed at 1 Red Lion Road in Bustleton, Northeast Philadelphia. The 1,004,000-square-foot structure is currently the city’s largest single proposed building in terms of floor area. A few days ago, the development team of Commercial Development Company, Inc, Blue Rock, Bohler, and NORR submitted a revised Civic Design Review package, which shows design changes that deal mainly with landscaping at the 140-acre site and the way the facility will relate to the surrounding residential neighborhood.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a single-story structure at 2134 North 2nd Street in Norris Square, North Philadelphia. The property is located on a block between Diamond Street and West Susquehanna Avenue. The building spans a 578-square-foot footprint. 2nd Street Development LLC is the property owner.