In October 2018, the 1,121-foot-tall, 60-story Comcast Technology Center at 1800 Arch Street opened as Philadelphia’s tallest building, with office space and a Four Seasons hotel on the upper floors opening in August 2019. In…
Permits have been filed for the construction of a four-unit residential building at 5217 1/2 Warren Street in Hestonville, West Philadelphia. The property is located on the block between North 52nd Street and North 53rd Street. Permits have also been filed for the demolition of a single-story garage at the site. The building will span a 1,043-square-foot footprint. The property is owned by Paul Byers and Theresa Byers.
The real estate boom continues unabated in Northern Liberties, where the Stamm Development Group is proposing a six-story, 50-unit residential building at 1102 Germantown Avenue. The wedge-shaped building will feature amenities such as a fitness center, nine parking spaces, and a green roof, which, combined with mixed-income bonuses, has allowed the developer to boost the proposal’s height and square footage.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a multi-family building at 2966 Richmond Street in Port Richmond, Kensington. The property is located a block between Ann Street and East Indiana Avenue. The building will span a 2,400-square-foot footprint. At the end of last year, permits were filed for the demolition of the three-story residential structure that is currently on site will go under full demolition and the building will soon be completely demolished. The property is owned by 2966 Richmond Associates. The contractor listed for the demolition work is Mangual Demolition Inc.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant three-story single-family dwelling at 2123 North Woodstock Street in North Philadelphia West. The prewar property is located on a block that is in between West Diamond Street and West Susquehanna Avenue. The structure will be torn down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The cost of work is $16,799. The property is owned by Julia Scott. Thomas Curran is the listed contractor.