Permits have been filed for the construction of two detached warehouse structures at 510 East Haines Street in East Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. The property is located on the southeast side of the block that is in between Musgrave Street and Magnolia Street. The buildings will span a combined footprint of 3,365 square feet. Haines St Holdings LLC is the listed owner. J D Fedele Construction Demo is the listed contractor.
Demolition preparations are underway for Broad + Pine, a 361-foot-tall tower proposed at 337 South Broad Street in Washington Square West, Center City, and number 16 on Philly YIMBY’s December 2020 Development Countdown. Designed by Cecil Baker + Partners Architects and developed by Dranoff Properties, the tower will stand 28 stories and yield 56 condominium units. The site, which is located at the northeast corner of Broad Street and Pine Street, is currently occupied by a three-story prewar building that once housed retail and a parking garage.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a three-story multi-family structure at 1834 North 18th Street in Cecil B. Moore, North Philadelphia, near Temple University. The property is located on the west side of the block that is situated between West Berks Street and West Montgomery Avenue. The building will have a footprint that spans 1,829 square feet. Philadelphia Housing Authority is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant two-story prewar rowhouse at 867 Moss Street in Mill Creek, West Philadelphia. The former single-family dwelling is located on the east side of the block that is located between Parrish Street and Hoopes Street. The building has a footprint of 497 square feet. Octavia Hill Associates is the listed owner. NV Group Incorporated is the listed contractor.
Updated renderings have been revealed for 21M, a 350-foot-tall mixed-use tower at 2100 Market Street in Center City West and number 17 on Philly YIMBY’s December 2020 Development Countdown. The project is being developed by Brandywine Realty Trust and has recently received a new design by Edry McHenry Architects with a considerable height reduction. Brandywine Realty Trust has been trying to redevelop the site into a tower for a few years now, but it looks like it will soon move forward once an anchor tenant is found. While Brandywine and other media outlets have not released any information on the tower yet, a section on 21M was added to the Brandywine site showing two new renderings and some details on the project.