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Corrugated Metal and Thermal Wood for Frankford Ave Facade

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After a tweet popped up on our feed yesterday informing us that a vacant lot we'd written about early last year was slated for development, a representative from developer Mike Tomasetti contacted Curbed with photos of construction, plus a basic rendering for the four-unit building.

"The building will be multi-unit (4)," says the representative. The lot is "currently zoned as RM1 but we are exploring commercial options for the first floor. Residential units will be large 1 bedroom/1 bath. Top floor unit will have a private roof deck."

And the exterior facade will bear an uncanny resemblance to its near-neighbor's at Postgreen's Duplexcellence II, the rep reporting that the facade will be "a combination of corrugated metal and thermal wood."

Construction is slated to continue through the summer with a target completion date of the end of September.

· Is A Mystery Development Coming to Frankford Avenue? [Curbed Philly]
· Mysterious Frankford Avenue Development a Mystery No Longer [Curbed Philly]
· Postgreen Homes Introduces Most Excellent Duplexcellence II [Curbed Philly]