Rendering of 1015 South 3rd Street. Credit: HDO Architecture.

Renderings Revealed For 1015 South 3rd Street In Queen Village, South Philadelphia

Renderings have been revealed for a 67-unit multi-family development at 1015 South 3rd Street in Queen VillageSouth Philadelphia. Designed by HDO Architecture, the building will rise four stories tall. The unit count was achieved via zoning bonuses coming from the project’s inclusion of low-income housing and a green roof. The project will include 23 bicycle stalls as well as an additional four more at the sidewalk.

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Former rendering of 1350 North Front Street. Credit: Bright Common.

Permits Issued for 14-Unit Building at 1350 North Front Street in Fishtown, Kensington

Permits have been issued for the construction of a 14-unit mixed-use building at 1350 North Front Street in FishtownKensington. Designed by Gnome Architects (with the original design done by Bright Common), the building will rise five stories tall and include a commercial space on the ground floor. In total, 19,830 square feet of space will be located within the structure, with construction costs estimated at $2,328,307.

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Current view of 5900 Germantown Avenue. Credit: Google.

Permits Issued for 5900 Germantown Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for the construction of a 20-unit multi-family building at 5900 Germantown Avenue in GermantownNorthwest Philadelphia. The new building will rise five stories tall and will feature a cellar, a roof deck, and bicycle storage. In total, the building will hold 20,634 square feet of space, with construction costs estimated at $3.25 million.

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2100 Hamilton Street rendering from Cecil Baker and Partners

Facade Complete at 2100 Hamilton Street in Franklintown

Facade work has been completed at the 11-story development at 2100 Hamilton Street in Franklintown (also known as Baldwin Park). Designed by Cecil Baker + Partners and developed by the Bock Development Group, the building stands 115 feet tall and will have 27 condominium units. Situated within a short walk from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and just to the north of the Center City skyscrapers, the project brings a modern look to an area that does not see much new development.

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