The fence that surrounds the site of the Broad and Noble, a 344-unit project planned at 435-43 North Broad Street in Callowhill, North Philadelphia, has received new signage that refers to the Hunter Roberts Construction Group, the building contractor. Designed by Barton Partners and developed by Toll Brothers, the building will rise 231 feet and 19 stories and will feature a brick exterior that sets back from Broad Street. The while the inside will feature along with amenity space, retail, and underground parking.
Concrete work has reached ground level at LVL North, a nine-story, 410-unit development under construction at 510 North Broad Street in Spring Garden, North Philadelphia. Designed by JKRP Architects and developed by the Alterra Property Group, the project will include a retail component, with the GIANT supermarket planned to lease one-third of the total space inside the 378,000-square-foot building.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story, 17-unit multi-family development at 1502-08 North 25th Street in Brewerytown, North Philadelphia. The building will include a basement, a green roof, and a roof deck, which will likely offer sweeping views of the skyline. The structure will hold 4,700 square feet of space and cost an estimated $1,885,000 to build, according to the permit.
Excavation on the first Schuylkill Yards tower is underway at 3025 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in University City, West Philadelphia. Developed by Brandywine Realty Trust, the mixed-use building, also known as Schuylkill Yards West, will rise to a height of 361 feet and 28 stories, clad in glass and stone. The building is designed by the Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, which has also designed the red Schuylkill Yards tower that will stand to the west at 3001 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. Once topped out, the tower will have a major presence on the skyline as the fourth tallest building in West Philadelphia.
New renderings for an updated design have been revealed for 4401 Ridge Avenue in East Falls, Northwest Philadelphia. The massings remain the same, so there was no change to the overall density of the project. The 178,837-square-foot…