Renderings have been revealed for a large multi-family development at 2200-58 Somerset Street in Port Richmond, Kensington. Designed by HDO Architecture, the project will rise up to six stories and will include 535 residential units. Building one will hold 187 units, building two will hold 170, building three – 145, as well as 11 triplexes. 179 parking spaces are planned at the lot, with nine set to be accessible, 10 reserved for electric vehicles, and 17 reserved carshare spaces. Additionally, 293 bike stalls are planned, plus 35 set to sit on the sidewalk.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a collection of townhouses at 30 East Rittenhouse Street in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. The development will include five single-family homes, each standing three stories tall. Construction costs for each home are estimated at $239,000, with a total project cost of $1,195,000.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit building at 725 North 39th Street in Mantua, West Philadelphia. The building will replace a vacant lot on the east side of the block between Olive Street and Aspen Street. The structure is planned by the same development team as the one that proposed the project at 727 North 39th Street immediately to the north, which YIMBY wrote about a few days ago. The two proposals share many similarities, and the latest one will also span a footprint of 984 square feet and will include a cellar and full sprinkling. Just like the prior development, the project lists 727 N 39th Street LLC as the owner, Maher Abdelaal as the design professional, and Kumas Homes LLC as the contractor, and construction costs are also listed at $280,000.
Today Philadelphia YIMBY presents exclusive new massings for the recently revealed residential building at 2300-2324 Market Street in Center City West. Designed by Tantillo Architecture and developed by Lubert-Adler, the project, which was revealed over a week ago, will add extra floors to a number of existing structures, further boosting the skyline in an area where a number of projects were revealed over the course of the past year. In total, the building will stand 202 feet tall, or 187 feet tall to the roof, and count 14 stories, including those in the existing buildings. According to the Civic Design Review filing, the structure wills pan 213,268 square feet and will house 222 residential units.
Renderings have been revealed for Comly Commons, a six-story mixed-use building at 1825 East Boston Street in East Kensington. The development will consist of an overbuild (a vertical extension) above existing structures, as well as a new addition. Designed by SgRA Architecture, the structure will contain 139 residential units, 28 of which will be classified as affordable, as well as industrial and maker space. Amenities in the building will include a community garden, a roof deck, and a dog run.