Construction is making progress on multiple structures that comprise the 4.4-acre Piazza Terminal project at 1075 Germantown Avenue in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia, where work has been ongoing for over a year now. Designed by BKV Group, the three towers will feature varying shades of stone cladding, ground floor retail, and public space. The property is being developed by the Post Brothers, which is also behind developments such as The Atlantic and The Poplar Apartments. The project will hold a total of 1,166,980 square feet and will contain 1,144 units. The tallest building planned to stand 16 stories high and 180 feet tall.
A massive mixed-use development has been unveiled at 4401 Ridge Avenue in East Falls, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Oombra Architects and developed by Atapco Properties, the development will hold 178,837 square feet of space and will offer 185 residential units, with 34 planned studios, 117 one-bedrooms units, and 34 two-bedroom units. Additionally, 4,760 square feet of commercial space will be located on the ground floor on Ridge Avenue. Here, a “commercial patio” will also be located, offering 2,200 square feet of outdoor space. More outdoor area will be provided on the 8,100-square-foot roof deck, which will come with a 3,400-square-foot green roof. The project will also provide 189 parking spaces as well as 62 bike spaces.
Permits have been issued for Station Square at 308-10 West Chelten Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Coscia Moos Architecture, the development will hold 49 residential units. YIMBY recently shared news the project when renderings for the development were revealed. Permits offer new information, such as the fact that accessory parking will be included in the development. The building will hold a total of 42,459 square feet of space and will cost $6.5 million to build.
A 14-story high-rise has been unveiled at 2300-24 Market Street in Center City West. A new tower will rise as a vertical extension atop multiple preexisting structures, which will have their façades preserved. Designed by Tantillo Architecture and developed by Lubert-Adler, the project will add 200 new residential units in the overbuild to the 22 units in the existing buildings. A total of 173,218 square feet of residential space will take up the majority of the structure, as well as 39,855 square feet of office space and 12,048 square feet of space reserved for a future retail or restaurant tenant. The tower will stand around 187 feet tall to the roof, as shown on its Civic Design Review submission. Eight on-site parking spaces and 52 off-site parking spaces will also be included in the project.
A large proposal called The Standard at Philadelphia has been unveiled at 119 South 31st Street in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by CUBE 3, the development will consist of a 219-foot-tall building standing 17 stories with two underground levels. The project went to the Civic Design Review but still remains somewhat mysterious because of the limited detail provided. No specific number of residential units has been provided, although it will likely be in the hundreds due to the size of the building. Additionally, the project will contain parking, although the number of spaces has also not been confirmed.