Permits have been issued for a multi-family development at 77 East Pastorius Street in East Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. The building will rise four stories tall, with the ground floor being largely occupied by a garage that will hold space for three cars. Six apartments will be located above. In total, the building will hold 9,117 square feet of space. The construction cost is listed at $180,000 to build, although this number appears rather low.
The nighttime Philadelphia skyline is getting brighter as new additions join the existing cluster of towers. In the Washington Square West West neighborhood of Center City, the new condominium skyscraper, Arthaus, rises at 311 South Broad Street, joining the rest of the Center City towers at a height of 542 feet and 47 stories. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (with Arthaus being the firm’s first residential skyscraper in the city) and developed by Dranoff Properties, the tower will feature 108 condominiums along with amenity space that includes a pool and outdoor decks.
Permits have been issued for a new multi-family development at 5303 Chester Avenue in Kingsessing, West Philadelphia. Designed by Lo Design Co., the new building will rise three stories tall. There will be nine residential units within the structure, each expected to be an apartment. In total, there will be 6,847 square feet of space within the building. Construction costs are listed at $1,027,050 to build.
A recent site visit by Philly YIMBY has revealed significant construction progress at a large mixed-use development at 2051-77 Ridge Avenue in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia. The project will consist of a pair of four- and three-story buildings with commercial space on the ground floor and residential units above. Public space along Ridge Avenue and parking lot at the block interior will also be included. Permits list the Philadelphia Housing Authority as the owner and Ernest Bock & Sons, Inc. as the contractor.
Permits have been issued for a mixed-use renovation of a three-story prewar building at 5700-04 Germantown Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. A grocer will be located on the ground floor and basement levels of the building, with 16 apartments above. In total, the work will span 25,456 square feet. Construction costs are listed at $600,000.