Permits have been filed for construction at 604 McKean Street in the Wharton neighborhood of South Philadelphia. The single-family dwelling will rise from a small lot nestled between two three-story residential structures to the east and west of the property. The listed property owner is Ataseven Gazi.
The stretch of North Broad Street just north of the Vine Street Expressway is poised for an incoming development surge. One of the projects slated for the area is Broad and Noble, a 231-foot-tall, 19-story residential high-rise at 427-43 North Broad Street (or, alternatively, at 1327-31 Noble Street) in Callowhill, half a block northeast of the Inquirer Building and half a block west of the entrance to the elevated Rail Park. Toll Brothers is the developer and Barton Partners is the architect.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a multi-family residential structure at 3200 West York Street in Strawberry Mansion, North Philadelphia. The structure would span a footprint measuring 2,405 square feet. City of Philadelphia Department of Public Property is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a three-story single-family structure at 3854 Pennsgrove Street in the East Parkside neighborhood of West Philadelphia. The new building will replace a grassy lot that backs onto a small wooded area beside a railyard. The owner of the property listed on the document is BSM Investments LLC.
Several new developments are in various stages of progress along Sansom Street, including the 599-foot Laurel Rittenhouse, the tallest under-construction building in the city. Another major high-rise proposed on the street is the 308-foot-tall, 24-story residential tower at 702 Sansom Street, developed by Toll Brothers. The 85-unit project will replace six low-rise buildings on Jewellers Row, a notable locale in the Washington Square district. SLCE Architects produced a sharp, eye-catching design that will boost the skyline prominence of eastern Center City.