A recent site visit by Philadelphia YIMBY has revealed that construction continues to make progress at 2046-50 Lehigh Avenue in East Kensington. The building, located on the southwest side of the block between between Frankford Avenue and Amber Street, will rise five stories and feature ground-floor commercial space as well as 21 residential units. Designed by Ambit Architecture, the structure will span 21,168 square feet and will feature parking for seven bicycles. Permits list Grit Construction as the contractor and a construction cost of $2.75 million.
A recent site visit by Philadelphia YIMBY has discovered that construction work has been completed at a three-story, four-unit multi-family building at 2431 North Hancock Street in West Kensington. The development spans 3,917 square feet and features a roof deck, which apparently offers panoramic views thanks to the building’s prominent height above its surroundings. Permits list JPL Construction as the contractor and specify a construction cost of $205,000.
Earlier this year, M & B Y B L I I submitted a document package to City Design Review for appraisal of a four-story self-storage facility at 2258 East Tioga Street in Port Richmond, Kensington. The L-shaped structure will replace a large vacant site at the western corner of the intersection of Tioga and Tulip streets, with its primary frontage stretching along Tulip.
Recently, Philly YIMBY shared several renderings of a four-story, 90-unit residential building planned at 4701-15 Wayne Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. Today we more plans and diagrams for the development, as provided in a Civic Design Review package. Designed by Moto Designshop, the building will span 78,065 square feet and offer elevator service, bicycle storage, a landscaped courtyard, a roof deck, and a green roof.
Recently, Philadelphia YIMBY shared several renderings of a six-story, 155-unit residential building proposed at 2507 Almond Street in Olde Richmond, Kensington, as revealed in a Civic Design Review submission. Today we share an extensive collection of plans, renderings, and diagrams for the development. Designed by Harman Deutsch Ohler Architecture, the building will span 154,677 square feet and will offer elevator service, balconies in select units, parking for 65 cars (including three ADA and three electric vehicle spaces) and 60 bicycles (plus five sidewalk stalls), a roof deck, and a green roof.