Permits have been issued for the construction of multiple rowhouses at 1501 South 25th Street in Grays Ferry, South Philadelphia, creating a total of 18 units. Each structure will stand four stories tall and feature a private roof deck, and come with an estimated construction cost of $200,000. The rowhouses will include several variants, with types one through five being single-family dwellings consisting of 3,210 square feet of interior space with an estimated construction cost of $200,000. Building seven will be a duplex measuring 3,745 square feet, while buildings eight through 12 will each hold 3,695 square feet of space. Buildings seven through 12 will each cost an estimated $250,000 to build.
Foundation work continues at LVL North, a nine-story, 410-unit development under construction at 510 North Broad Street in Spring Garden, North Philadelphia. A second tower crane has been recently erected at the site. Designed by JKRP Architects and developed by Alterra Property Group, the project is replacing a parking lot that formerly took up most of the block, as well as a a rowhouse formerly located at 563 North 15th Street. The structure will span over 378,000 square feet of total space, along with GIANT leasing nearly one-third of the building’s entire space for a grocery store on the lower levels, similar to Riverwalk. Residential space will take up over 268,000 square feet.
Construction is progressing at the Residences at SoNo, a mixed-use development at North 5th Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia, just to the north of Center City. Designed by ISA Architects, the project stands four stories tall and will hold 49 residential units. Three commercial spaces will be located on the ground floor, with one opening up to North 5th Street in the east and the other two facing the parking lot to the west.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a large mixed-use building at 4112 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford North, West Philadelphia. The development will stand four stories tall and will hold 37 residential units, with a commercial space to be situated on the ground floor, as well as a green roof, which allowed developers to build to a greater density. The building will total 43,791 square feet of space and will cost an estimated $6,767,831 to build.
Concrete work has begun for the foundation at the 13-story One uCity Square in University City, West Philadelphia, after months of excavation. Designed by ZGF Architects and developed by Ventas Inc., the project is a key component of the 14-acre uCity Square development that will span multiple blocks. The building will eventually rise 250 feet tall and will feature office and lab space with Century Therapeutics and Integral Molecular, as well as retail space.