Bulletin Building looking West. Photo by Thomas Koloski

Schuylkill Yards Bulletin Building is Completed at 3025 Market Street in University City, West Philadelphia

Interior work has recently been completed at the Bulletin Building at 3025 Market Street in University City, West Philadelphia. The building, which is the first structure within the Schuylkill Yards complex, rises nearly 100 feet above the ground and stands five stories tall, with a new modern exterior and freshly renovated floor space. The building renovation was designed by KieranTimberlake and the Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, with the latter also having designed Schuylkill Yards’ first skyscrapers, Schuylkill Yards East at 3025 John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Schuylkill Yards West at 3025 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. Brandywine Realty Trust is the developer for both the building and the entire 14-acre complex.

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View of 1703-07 Point Breeze Avenue. Credit: Google.

Permits Issued for Three Two-Unit Buildings at 1703-07 Point Breeze Avenue in Point Breeze, South Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for the construction of three multi-family buildings at 1703-07 Point Breeze Avenue in Point BreezeSouth Philadelphia. Upon completion, each will rise four stories tall, with two residential units each and a grand total of six. Each building will each hold around 1,400 square feet of space, with listed construction costs of $220,000 per structure.

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Site Cleared at 1101 Walnut Street in Washington Square West, Center City

The small commercial structure that stood at 1101 Walnut Street in Washington Square West, Center City, has been completely demolished to make way for a new residential tower. The proposal is bold for the area, as the tower is planned to stand 259 feet and 23 stories tall. Designed by JKRP Architects and developed by LD Investment Partners LLC, and Ernest Bock and Sons Inc, the tower will feature 111 units and will feature an exterior with a mix of concrete, metal, and glass.

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