A large proposal has been revealed at 801 West Girard Avenue in Ludlow, North Philadelphia. Designed by PZS Architects, the building will rise six floors from a 14,250-square-foot plot of land and will hold 80 residential units. Residential space, which will total 57,000 square feet, will sit on the second through sixth floors. Additionally, 19 parking spaces and 27 bike spaces will be included in the project. A roof deck will offer outdoor space at the top of the structure.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a 30-unit mixed-use structure at 3030 North Broad Street in the Temple University Hospital area, in the Upper North Philadelphia section of North Philadelphia. The 28,248-square-foot development is planned to rise six floors, with the ground floor featuring a commercial space, a residential lobby serving the residential units located on the second through sixth floors, and a garage with nine vehicle spaces, with one expected to be accessible. Ten parking spaces for bicycles will also be included. The development is designed by Coscia Moos Architecture, though no renderings are currently available. In total, the building will cost an estimated $5,376,348 to build.
A 101-unit multi-family development has been unveiled at 704-20 Locust Avenue in East Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Plato Studio, the building will will stand four stories tall, occupy a 19,810-square-foot footprint, and include 79,792 square feet of floor space. The first floor will hold 23 residential units. The second, third, and fourth floors will each feature 26 units. The development will also include a roof deck, a community room, and a laundry facility for residents. The 109 parking spaces will include 52 surface and 57 below-grade spaces. Four parking spaces will be available for electric vehicles and 42 spaces will be available for bicycles. The building will occupy a 19,810 square footprint and include 79,792 square feet of total space.
Permits have been for The Beverly at 1102 Germantown Avenue in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia. Developed by Stamm Development Group and built by Tester Construction, the development will stand six stories tall and hold hold 54,076 square feet of space, with 50 residential units as well as a commercial space set to be located on the ground floor. The building will feature a green roof as well as tenant storage and parking for 17 bicycles and nine cars, with one being van accessible and three for electric vehicles. Construction will cost an estimated $10 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a large mixed-use development at 4414 Chestnut Street in Spruce Hill, West Philadelphia. Designed by Wulff Architects, the structure will stand five stories tall and will feature commercial space on the ground floor. The second through fifth floors will house 40 residential units. The building will also include a green roof and 14 bicycle spaces. The building will cost an estimated $5.5 million to build.