Renderings Revealed for a Five-Unit Structure at 4214 Powelton Avenue in West Powelton, West Philadelphia

Renderings have been revealed for a multi-family renovation of 4214 Powelton Avenue in West Powelton, West Philadelphia. Designed by M Architecture and developed by Axe Philly, the project involves a major renovation to an existing rowhome with an additional floor to be built atop the three-story structure, which is scheduled to hold five residential units.

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Cathedral Place Phase 1 via Civic Design Review

Excavation Starts at Cathedral Place Phase 1 at 222 North 17th Street in Logan Square, Center City

Excavation is underway at the Cathedral Place Phase 1 tower, located at 222 North 17th Street in Logan Square, Center City. The 245-foot-tall, 23-story residential structure will be one of two high-rises that will be built as part of the Cathedral Place redevelopment of the Archdiocesan campus adjacent to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter and Paul, which was built between 1846 to 1864. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and developed by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and Exeter Property Group, the building will have a sleek design that will be prominently visible from the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art viewpoint, with blue glass standing out among the surrounding masonry and concrete towers. The structure is expected to stat rising this year.

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2100 Hamilton Street rendering from Cecil Baker and Partners

Cladding Mostly Complete at 2100 Hamilton Street in Franklintown, North Philadelphia

Philly YIMBY’s recent site visit to the 27-unit residential project under construction at 2100 Hamilton Street revealed that cladding has reached the top of the 11-story structure, though progress has slowed down since our last site visit. Designed by Philadelphia based architects Cecil Baker + Partners and developed by Bock Development Group, the building stands in the Franklintown neighborhood in North Philadelphia near Logan Square in Center City to the south. Last year, the structure reached its full height of 115 feet and is on its way to becoming the latest luxury development in a neighborhood that rarely sees new construction.

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