Permits have been filed for demolition of an existing structure and construction of a new one at 722 South 19th Street in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood of South Philadelphia. The two-story building slated for demolition is deeply set back from the sidewalk line, with a driveway in front. The replacement will be a single-family structure with a 679-square-foot footprint, a balcony, and a roof deck. The property, near the corner of South 19th Street and Pemberton Street, is owned by Hill Leonard.
DTEG Investments LLC is proposing a five-story apartment building at 3314 Fairmount Avenue in Mantua, West Philadelphia. KCA Design Associates is the designer for the structure, which would stand as one of the largest apartment buildings in the neighborhood. The L-shaped, elevator-serviced building will feature 90 one- and two-bedroom residential units spanning from 520 to 940 square feet. Parking space for 30 bicycles will also be provided.
Zoning permits have been filed for the construction of two adjacent single-family structures at 1722 North Bonsall Street and 1724 North Bonsall Street in the Cecil B. Moore neighborhood in North Philadelphia. Each building will occupy a 600 square foot footprint and will feature a roof deck. Standard Development LLC is the owner and Maher Abdelaal is the design professional for both structures.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a three-story rowhouse at 1808 North 18th Street in the Cecil B. Moore neighborhood of North Philadelphia within the Temple University area. The building sits near the corner of North 18th Street and West Montgomery Avenue. The property is owned by 1917 North 5th Street LLC.
Broad Street, the city’s primary north-south thoroughfare, is seeing an influx of development proposals, particularly on its centrally located yet long-neglected portion between Center City and Temple University in lower North Philadelphia. At 1300 Fairmount Avenue, just off Broad Street and near the iconic Divine Lorraine Hotel, RAL Development is constructing a 185-foot-tall, 14-story mixed-use high-rise totaling 625,000 square feet. The structure will contain a 58,700-square-foot Aldi supermarket, a 12,000-square-foot preschool, and 487 apartments. Cope Linder Architects is the designer.