Permits have been issued for the demolition of a three-story prewar rowhouse at 1326 Mifflin Street in Passyunk Square, South Philadelphia. The attached structure is situated on the south side of the block between East Passyunk Avenue and South Juniper Street, about one short block east of Broad Street. The filing enumerates the structure’s footprint at 684 square feet and the interior clocks in at 2,052 square feet. Permits list Jenny Weinar as the owner and Pedro Palmer Construction Inc. as the contractor. Demolition costs are specified at $27,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of two three-story, three-unit residential buildings at 6602 and 6604 Lansdowne Avenue in Carroll Park, West Philadelphia. The adjacent structures will rise on a vacant lot just off the intersection of Landsowne Avenue and North 66th Street. The two appear to be developed in conjunction as the same team is listed for each, and will apparently be twinned as the pair shares the exact same figures. Each building will span a ground footprint of 1,484 square feet, contain 3,051 square feet of interior space (granting an average of around 1,000 square feet per unit), and feature full sprinkling. Permits for each property list City Block Acq VIII LLC as the owner, Scott Woodruff as the design professional, and AIMES LLC as the contractor. Construction costs are specified at $389,900 per structure.
Permits have been issued for Dilworth House, an 11-story development set to stand at 223 South 6th Street in Society Hill, Center City. Designed by Cope Linder Architects, the new building will offer 10 residential units, all ultra-luxury condominiums. The project will contain 56,634 square feet of interior space and include 20 valet-served parking spades situated underground, set to be accessed from Randolph Street. Construction costs are estimated at $7.5 million as per the permit.
The ongoing urban revival continues in West Kensington with a permit issue for a four-story, 14-unit residential building at 2500 North Mascher Street. The development will replace a vacant lot at the northwest corner of North Mascher and West Cumberland streets, and will likely extend across the block to Mutter Street to the west. The building will span a 2,867-square-foot ground footprint and hold 14,337 square feet of interior space, which averages to just over 1,000 square feet per typical unit. The project will feature a cellar, full sprinkling, and roof decks, which promise sweeping skyline vistas due to the building’s prominence above the surroundings. Permits list Laurie Korbin and Erika D. Millman-White as owners, Nicholas Coluter of KCA Design Associates as the design professional, and LNHA New Homes LLC as the contractor. Construction costs are stated at $1.5 million.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a seven-story, 47-unit building at 1118 North Front Street near the confluence of Northern Liberties and Fishtown. Designed by BLT Architects, the building will rise on the west side of the block between West Wildey Street and Girard Avenue, just to the south of the Girard Avenue Station on the Market-Frankford Line. The structure will take up a footprint of 6,920 square feet and will hold 44,090 square feet of interior space, with just over 900 square feet per average unit. The property will also offer ground-level commercial space, which will positively contribute to the local commercial corridor. The building will be fully sprinkled. Permits list US Construction Inc. as the contractor. Construction costs are stated at $7.04 million.