Permits have been issued for interior alterations at a mix-use new construction building at 1111-17 South Broad Street in Graduate Hospital, South Philadelphia. The permit lists the addition of a new bank at the ground floor with new wall partitions, finishes, and furnishings. The total construction area will is listed at 1,931 square feet. Permit name Mark A. Coan of the IEI Group as the design professional and Grace Construction Management CO LLC as the primary contractor. Construction cost is specified at $493,494.
Renderings have been revealed for a four-story, 90-unit multi-family development at 90 Rochelle Avenue in Wissahickon, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by JKRP Architects, the building will include 15 parking spaces, one of which will be ADA Compliant and two will be reserved for electric vehicles.
Many of the iconic points for observing the Philadelphia skyline are located in the city, though several are situated in New Jersey across the Delaware River and on the multiple bridges that connect New Jersey and Pennsylvania. One of these is the Commodore Barry Bridge, which was completed in 1974. Today, Philadelphia YIMBY observes the rising Philadelphia skyline from the bridge.
Permits have been issued for a new restaurant at 1800 Chestnut Street in Rittenhouse Square, Center City. Alterations will cover 1,601 square feet, replacing the Saxbys cafe, which had occupied the first floor and basement since 2018. Permits list JLL Architecture as the design professional. Construction will cost of $345,900
Demolition permits have been issued for a five-story, 75,200-square-foot building at 119 South 31st Street in University City, West Philadelphia. The structure will make way for The Standard at Philadelphia, an approximately 210-foot-tall, 18-story high-rise that will span a mid-block site stretching between South 30th to South 31st streets. Designed by Cube3, the new building will offer 280 residential units and 37 parking spaces.