Permits have been issued for the renovation and expansion of 6365-69 Germantown Avenue, a four-story residential building in East Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. The plans call for a rear addition that will more than double the…
Permits have been issued for a residential conversion of a three-story prewar structure at 1135 Spring Garden Street in Poplar, North Philadelphia. The three-story building will hold 14 new apartments. UIG Construction is the contractor. The renovation of the 9,158 square foot structure is expected to cost $45,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of 3.0 University Place, an eight-story, mixed-use building at 4101-23 Market Street in the West Powelton section of University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by the Sheward Partnership, the 274,294-square-foot structure will include retail and commercial space on the ground floor, with the office and lab space on the floors above. A green roof will be located atop the building. The permits provide for the construction of the core and shell, with other features requiring their own permits. The project will cost an estimated $14,793,930 to build.
Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit has observed no construction activity at the future site of Broad and Noble, a high-rise development proposed at 435-43 North Broad Street in Callowhill, North Philadelphia. Designed by Barton Partners and developed by Toll Brothers, the project will rise 231 feet and 19 stories and will include 344 apartments within the 371,302 square feet of residential space, as well as 23,647 square feet of amenity space, 46,275 square feet of parking and loading space, 10,574 square feet of retail, 8,351 square feet of office space, and 107 underground parking spaces. The proposal gets its name from its location at the northeast corner of North Broad Street and Noble Street, half a bl0ck away from the entrance of the elevated Rail Park.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story mixed-use structure at 4328 Main Street in the heart of Manayunk, Northwest Philadelphia. The building will yield four residential units and a ground-floor commercial space, and will feature a roof deck that has been the subject of opposition from the Historical Commission. The project is expected to cost $600,000 to build.