Permits have been issued for the construction of a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 1621-23 Bainbridge Street in Graduate Hospital, South Philadelphia. The structure will replace the New Day Spring Baptist Church, located in a two-story townhouse at 1621 Bainbridge Street, as well as a tree-story residential townhouse next door at 1623 Bainbridge Street. The site is located on the north side of the block between South 16th Street and South 17th Street, two short blocks south of the commercial corridor at South Street. Permits continue to list the church as the site owner (annotated as “Baptist Church TRS of New Day Spring”). Gabriel Deck of Gnome Architects LLC is the architect and Zatos Investment, doing business as “Owner,” is the listed contractor.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a three-story, three-unit residential building at 1511 North Hancock Street in Fishtown, Kensington. The development will replace a single story garage-type facility located on the east side of the block between Jefferson Street and West Oxford Street. The structure will rise from a 1,050-square-foot footprint and will contain 3,150 square feet of floor space. Permits list Enam Abazi as the owner, with Paul Dietz specified as the designer and Qazim Kupa as the contractor.
No signs of construction have yet been observed at the site of a major apartment building proposed at 501 Spring Garden Street in the booming Northern Liberties neighborhood in North Philadelphia. Designed by Bower Lewis Thrower Architects and developed by Neal and Victor Rodin, the structure will stand 153 feet and 13 stories tall and will feature 373 apartments as well as abundant retail space at the ground floor.
Permits have been issued for the construction of a series of single-family homes at 80 East Sharpnack Street in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia. The development will consist of six homes, all standing three stories tall with decks at the second story and at the rooftop. Each home will include one parking space and will hold 2,238 square feet of space. The total construction cost is listed at $1,389,000, with $231,500 to build each individual home.
Permits were issued for the construction of a large mixed use building at 1801-05 North 2nd Street in Olde Kensington. The building will stand five stories tall and will feature 20 residential units as well as two commercial spaces at the ground floor. Parking will be situated in the basement. The structure will hold 25,106 square feet of space and will cost an estimated $2,510,000 to build.