Rendering of 1212-16 North Delaware Avenue.

Permits Issued for 48-Unit Building at 1212-16 North Delaware Avenue in Fishtown, Kensington

Permits have been issued for the construction of a six-story mixed-use building at 1212-16 North Delaware Avenue in Fishtown, Kensington. The building will feature commercial space at the ground floor and 48 apartments above. In total, the new building will hold 41,538 square feet of space. The project will include a roof deck and 12 off-site parking spaces for building residents, one of which will be reserved for car sharing, as well as 16 bicycle spaces. Permits list Janice Woodcock as the design professional and GMT Associates, Inc. as the contractor. Construction costs are estimated at $6.5 million.

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7208-10 Germantown Avenue. Credit: Bright Common Architecture & Design

Permits Issued for Prewar Building Renovation and Expansion at 7208-10 Germantown Avenue in Mount Airy, Northwest Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for a mixed-use renovation and addition to an existing building at 7208-10 Germantown Avenue in Mount AiryNorthwest Philadelphia. Designed by Bright Common Architecture & Design, the project will see the existing three-story building receive a two-story overbuild, as well as an adjacent five-story addition at the rear. The renovated development will span 21,423 square feet of interior space and feature commercial space on the ground floor facing Germantown Avenue, as well as 19 rental apartments situated above. The development will include parking for seven bicycles. Construction costs are listed at $2.1 million.

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3001 John F. Kennedy Boulevard (center) via Brandywine Realty Trust and Practice for Architecture and Urbanism

The 5th Place on Philly YIMBY’s December Countdown Goes to 3001 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in University City, West Philadelphia

The 5th place on Philly YIMBY’s December 2021 Development Countdown goes to the 513-foot-tall, 34-story tower proposed at 3001 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in University City, West Philadelphia. Designed by Practice for Architecture and Urbanism and developed by Brandywine Realty Trust and Drexel University, the red-clad high-rise will be the latest addition to the $3.5-billion, multi-building Schuylkill Yards development currently in progress in University City, adjacent to the Drexel campus. The tower at 3001 JFK Boulevard will feature 930,000 square feet of floor space, mostly office with 6,600 square feet allocated to retail, and will aim for LEED Silver certification.

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Rendering of 933 North Penn Street. Credit: HDO Architecture.

Permits Issued for 195-Unit Building at 933 North Penn Street in Northern Liberties, Lower North Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for the construction of a seven-story, 195-unit mixed-use building at 933 North Penn Street in Northern Liberties, North Philadelphia, on the Delaware River waterfront. Designed by HDO Architecture, the structure will hold 182,269 square feet of interior space, most of which will be allocated to rental apartments. A garage will provide parking for residents. Roof decks will be accessible through pilot houses. A green roof will also be included at the top of the structure.

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Rendering of 3417 West Indiana Avenue. Credit: M Architects.

Permits Issued for 176-Unit Building at 3417 West Indiana Avenue in Allegheny West, North Philadelphia

Permits have been issued for the construction of a seven-story, 176-unit mixed-use building at 3417 West Indiana Avenue in Allegheny WestNorth Philadelphia. Designed by M Architects, the building will span 150,000 square feet of interior space and feature multiple commercial spaces on the ground floor and 74 parking spaces, with 18 to be used as compact spaces, four set to be accessible, and four more for electric vehicles. Parking for 64 bicycles will also be included. A green roof will be located atop the structure. Permits list Indiana Heights LLC and Plymouth Square Associates as the owners and ANC Builders Inc. as the contractor. Construction costs are estimated at $25 million.

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