clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Renderings revealed of mixed-use project proposed for vacant Northern Liberties lot

New, 1 comment

Apartments, townhouses are on the way

A mixed-use project is coming to a long-vacant lot in Northern Liberties.
Renderings by Harman Deutsch Architecture

Late last year, the future of a long-vacant, triangular lot in Northern Liberties became clear when a permit was issued to build a mixed-use residential development at 1102. N. 2nd Street. Now, we have a better idea of what that project will look like.

Harman Deutsch Architecture has designed a two mid-rise buildings for the site, clad in brick and metal siding, according to a design proposal posted to Civic Design Review’s website ahead of the February meeting.

The development totals 31,462 square feet and calls for a total of 82 units split between the two buildings, 37 parking spaces, and 43 bike spaces with another 14 on the street.

View from Germantown Avenue.
View from Germantown Avenue and 2nd Street.

Streamline Solutions is the developer behind the proposed project, which was issued a permit from L&I in November for a 113-unit project. They’ve developed numerous residential projects throughout the area, including one dubbed “Techadelphia” that is currently underway in South Kensington.

The project will be presented at the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association zoning meeting on Monday, January 29. It will then go to the Civic Design Review meeting on February 6. The CDR is an advisory committee of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission that weighs in on designs of proposed development projects of a certain size.