Renderings have been revealed for a 155-unit multi-family development at 2507 Almond Street in Olde Richmond, Kensington. Designed by HDO Architecture, the building, which is going before the Civic Design Review, will rise six stories tall and will hold 65 parking spaces, three of which being ADA-compliant and four designed for electric vehicles. There will also be 60 interior bicycle stalls, as well as five more on the sidewalk.
A recent Philly YIMBY site visit has confirmed that construction has been completed at a three-story, three-unit residential structure at 1854 North 17th Street in the Cecil B. Moore neighborhood in North Philadelphia. Alfa Engineering Inc. is the listed design professional and Patel Pankaj is the listed owner of the property, which is located a few blocks west of Temple University. The construction permit specifies Cesar Sanchez of Norwood, PA as the contractor.
Renderings have been revealed for a four-story multi-family building at 4701-15 Wayne Avenue in Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Moto Designshop, the new building will span 78,065 square feet and hold 90 residential units. The development will offer parking for 50 bicycles.
A recent visit by Philly YIMBY has revealed that completion approaches at a three-story mixed-use building at 4328 Main Street in Manayunk, Northwest Philadelphia. The development will feature four residential units and ground-floor commercial space, as well as a roof deck. Construction costs are listed at $600,000.
Construction has not yet begun at a large mixed-use project at 4401 Ridge Avenue in East Falls, Northwest Philadelphia. Designed by Oombra Architects and developed by Atapco Properties, the development will span 178,837 square feet and hold 185 residential units, with 34 studios, 117 one-bedrooms units, and 34 two-bedroom apartments. A total of 4,760 square feet of commercial space will be located on the ground floor on Ridge Avenue, as well as 2,200 square feet of outdoor space. A 8,100-square-foot roof deck and a 3,400-square-foot green roof will be located atop the building. The project will also offer parking for 189 cars and 62 bicycles.