Philadelphia Construction News
In the midst of a legal battle over the space
They’ll reach 500 and 350 feet tall
From 19 to six stories
Zoning permits were issued last month
The project brings four buildings to the site
The lots have been empty for over a decade
The sold portion will become 40 townhomes
Right in the heart of the Gayborhood at 12th and Sansom
The latest in a wave of development along the northern waterfront
The renderings for Next LVL show what the residential building may look like.
The latest in a big North Broad development boom
The plan includes demolishing part of the existing historic buildings
The vote came after multiple residents spoke both in support and opposition Thursday.
Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, the Arthaus tower replaces an earlier plan for the site.
Developer Ori Feibush said he has tried to save parts of the factory
Drexel Square Park is the first part of the $3.5B project to open
For California-based company, Iovance
The project calls for single and multi-family homes
Big changes are coming to the Delaware River Waterfront. Everything from an 11-acre park at Penn’s Landing to a massive residential village in Pennsport.
It’s just the first phase of a long development process
The 6th and Chestnut interior has been stripped to make way for a Wawa
It’s officially opening this month
The opening of the entertainment center was pushed back
The church was built in the 1880s
The building was most recently used for Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices
With 88 units and plenty of amenities
Common is bringing co-living to Philly
It’s a big change from an earlier, 2018 proposal
The arena will be home to competitive gaming and other forms of entertainment
They’re going back in front of the Civic Design Review next month
The group is behind several other Center City projects
Opening in late 2019