A new rendering has been revealed for The Nook, a four-story, 34-unit development at 5535 Pulaski Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. The building will stand four stories tall and hold 34 luxury residential units. The building is being developed by Stamm Development Group, designed by M Architecture, and built by Tester Construction.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a three-story rowhouse at 2435 West Thompson Street in Sharswood, North Philadelphia. The prewar single-family dwelling is situated on a block located between North 24th Street and North 25th Street. The building will come down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The cost of work is $24,987. The property is owned by Armstead Sharyce. The contractor listed for the work is Thomas Curran.
Permits have been filed for the demolition of a vacant two-story single-family dwelling at 1850 North Ringgold Street in North Philadelphia West. The prewar rowhouse is located on a block located between West Montgomery Avenue and West Berks Street. The building will come down as part of the City of Philadelphia Demolition Program. The cost of work is $13,000. \The property is owned by the City of Philadelphia. The contractor listed for the work is Pedro Palmer Construction Inc.
The intersection of South Broad Street and Washington Avenue in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood in South Philadelphia is one of the busiest in the city, yet has remained underdeveloped for a long time. However, a series of recent projects are adding significant density to the junction. Broad and Washington, 1113 South Broad Street, and 1223-45 Washington Avenue will add around 1,500 residential units, in addition to the 300+ that were recently added with Lincoln Square. In a span of around ten years, the intersection will take on a completely new look.
The Pickle Factory, a four-story apartment building located at 1841 North 19th Street, is wrapping up construction in the neighborhood of Cecil B. Moore, just outside of Temple University in North Philadelphia. The project brings a large number of new units to the neighborhood, further increasing local density. The building is designed by KJO Architecture. Axe Development LLC is the developer for the project.