Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant two-story rowhouse at 4557 North Camac Street in the Wyoming neighborhood of North Philadelphia. The property under in the ownership of Anna Terry Widow. Thomas Curran is the specified contractor for the demolition. The cost of work is listed at $15,421 and includes the replacement of the sidewalk and adding stucco to the future exposed lot walls at the two adjacent properties.
The western fringe of Center City has long been a peripheral area, yet a recent influx of proposals will soon transform the numerous parking lots of Center City West and western Logan Square into a bustling, dense neighborhood. The Edgewater Apartments at 230 North 23rd Street will be located at the northern edge of the rapidly developing area, a block away from the Schuylkill River. The 145,473-square-foot complex will rise 83 feet and seven stories with 180 residences ranging from studios to two bedrooms. JKRP Architects is the project designer.
Permits have been filed for the construction of a single-family structure at 1913 North Orianna Street in the Norris Square neighborhood of North Philadelphia. The structure will replace a grass lot with a wooden fence. The future structure will be attached to the south of an alone structure. The property sits close to the intersection of North Orianna Street and West Berks Street. Elysium Investment Group is the listed owner.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a two-story rowhouse at 2359 North Colorado Street in North Central Philadelphia. The site is currently occupied by a vacant single-family dwelling with a stone veneer applied to its original prewar façade, with colors ranging from tan to orange to beige. The property sits close to the corner of West York Street and North Colorado Street. Monroe Henry and Monroe Jean are the listed owners.
The neighborhood of Norris Square in North Philadelphia is seeing a climb in the amount of proposed development. At 1700-30 North Howard Street, a new proposal will rise from the corner of Cecil B. Moore Avenue and North Howard Street near Fishtown. The 91,230-square-foot structure will incorporate an industrial pre-war façade and a new six-story addition, with a total of 3,850 square feet of commercial space and 87,650 square feet of residential space including amenities. The building will include 110 residential units and 35 parking spaces. The development will be a substantial addition to the generally low- and mid-rise neighborhood.