There are plans for the vacant building at 212-24 S. 3rd Street in Old City to be preserved and converted into 14 apartments. In the northernmost section of the development, a "newer structure" will be razed for four new homes. Each abode will come with two-car parking. The building was previously used as a Salvation Army building and has been on the market for many years. Four years ago, the development was available for $5 million, but got a $1 million price chop a year later, reported Naked Philly. There is no indication as to how much the development was sold for.
· Finally, Salvation Army Building Getting Redeveloped [Naked Philly]
· Why Won't the Salvation Army Building Sell? [Curbed DC]