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First batch of townhouses by Vue32 tower hits market, starting at $375K

Four of the 12 townhouses are for sale

The Summer12 townhouses at Vue32 in Powelton Village are for sale.
Renderings by Erdy McHenry Architecture

The first batch of townhouses at the new Vue32 tower site in Powelton Village have hit the market, with asking prices ranging from $375,000 to $425,000.

Four townhomes at 3200 Summer Street, located at the foot of the 16-story rental tower, are currently under construction and looking for their first owners. The whole development, dubbed Summer12, will include one dozen homes.

All of the homes that are currently for sale feature two bedrooms and two and a half baths, ranging in size from 1,149 to 1,302 square feet. They also have roof decks or private gardens and terraces. Parking is available, too, but for an extra $50,000.

Summer12 is the second phase of the site’s larger mixed-use development by Radnor Property Group. After finishing construction on the 164-unit apartment building Vue32 earlier this summer, the developer began work on the 12 townhomes. Like the rentals, the townhomes are likely to be attractive to the local eds and meds; it’s located within the UPenn Homeownership Program and the Drexel Homeownership Program communities.

The first set of homes are expected to be move-in ready by spring 2018.

Editor’s note: A previous version stated that the starting price of the Summer12 townhomes was $325,000. We regret the error.

  • 3200 Summer Street, #9, #10, #11, #12 [Thomas S. Dilsheimer, How Real Estate, LLC]