Permits have been issued for the construction of an eight-story, 63-unit mixed-use building at 31 East Columbia Avenue in Fishtown, Kensington. Designed by SITIO Architecture + Urbanism, the building will feature total 67,342 square feet of floor area, commercial space on the ground floor as well as nine off-street parking spaces will also be included with the project, of which one will be accessible and three reserved for car sharing. A total of 30 bicycle spaces will also be included. Construction costs are estimated at $13,000,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a six-story, 65-unit mixed-use building at 1201-15 Callowhill Street in Callowhill. Designed by JKRP Architects, the development will contain 83,667 square feet of residential area. The units will all function as co-living spaces, meaning there will be 239 beds within the structure. The project will also feature a 3,989-square-foot retail component on the ground floor and 8,854 square feet of office and amenity space. A 17,790-square-foot underground garage will hold 41 parking spaces, with two being ADA-compliant and three allocated for electric vehicles, as well as 22 bicycle spaces. Construction costs are estimated at $17.2 million.
Construction is just about complete at The HQ, a four-story, 30-unit residential development that stands at 710 North 16th Street in Fairmount, North Philadelphia, near the border with Francisville. Developed by the Stamm Development Group, the project packs 35,000 square feet of interior space and features units ranging from studios to two bedrooms. The amenity package includes a fitness center and a roof deck.
Philly YIMBY’s recent visit to 922 North Broad Street in Francisville, North Philadelphia, the site of a planned seven-story, 201-unit mixed-use building, revealed few signs of progress. The former pharmacy building remains standing at the lot, although the shuttered business has been stripped of signage. Demolition cannot arrive soon enough for this promising lot at the southwest corner of North Broad Street and West Girard Avenue. Designed by Coscia Moos Architecture, the future building will be a vast improvement for the site, bringing 134,600 square feet of residential space, 21,760 square feet of commercial space, and 44 parking spaces.
Construction is well underway at 901 Leland Street in Francisville, North Philadelphia, where structural steel has risen one story high at since we last checked in at the site in July. Developed by Hightop Real Estate and Development, the building will rise six stories tall and will hold 50 residential units. The 46,792-square-foot program includes commercial space at the ground floor. Permits list Jerry Roller as the design professional and Ferraro Construction as the contractor. Construction costs are specified at $5 million.