Permits have been issued for the construction of an 11-unit multi-family building at 809 Diamond Street in North Philadelphia East. Upon completion, the new building will rise four stories tall, with an access structure leading to a roof deck at the top of the building. In total, there will be 11,360 square feet of space within the building, which is expected to cost $1.5 million to build. KCA Design Associates is the design professional listed for the development, with Tester Construction as the contractor.
Construction has made significant headway at the Broad Street Flats at 701 South Broad Street in Hawthorne, South Philadelphia since YIMBY’s last visit to the site in April of 2021. Five floors are currently being framed, with two more still on the way. Developed by Hightop Development, the structure will house 54 residential units and with retail space on the ground floor.
Major construction progress has been made at the single-family home at 1355-1357 Kater Street in Hawthorne, South Philadelphia. The building is nearing completion after two attached rowhouses were leveled in March 2021 to make room for the new structure. The current four-story building holds 4,700 square feet, a two-car garage, and a roof deck. Kevin Orndorf is listed as the design professional. Construction costs are stated at $500,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-unit multi-family development at 1504 North Sydenham Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia, near Temple University. The building will stand three stories tall and include a basement. The wood-framed structure will cost an estimated $500,000 to construct. Brett Harman is the design professional for the project, with Sinchi Brothers Construction as the contractor.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story, 166-unit multi-family building at 1201 West Girard Avenue in Yorktown, North Philadelphia. Designed by Landmark Architectural Design LLC, the 118,298-square-foot structure will reintroduce significant residential presence to a site formerly occupied by a suburban-style pharmacy, helping restore the area to its vibrant prewar density level. Permits list OCF Construction LLC as the contractor and a construction cost of $17.2 million.