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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Price of 7 houses at 1840 S. Camac St. spiked about $100k in the last year – and they’re not even built yet

A seven-home development called Passyunk Point, which is replacing the demolished Mancini catering hall at 1840 S. Camac St., has gone on the market with pre-construction prices of $459,000 to $525,000.

Back in July 2013, here’s what we reported when developer Steven Savitz proposed the project to the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association’s zoning committee:

Prices for the new houses haven’t been set yet, but Savitz predicted the range to be $325,000-$475,000.

Not too shabby, huh? In the meantime, we were able to get a hold of some renderings of the project.

This is the view from Iseminger Street.

This is the view from Iseminger Street. Renderings provided by listing agent Mike McCann.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Lots of new neighbors coming to little Camac Street

A new project was presented at East Passyunk Crossing’s July zoning meeting last week, and it represents a different type of development for the neighborhood.

Located at 1840-44 S. Camac St. and running through to Iseminger ( the now-defunct Mancini’s Catering building), the plan calls for the demolition of the catering hall and one other associated building, and the erection of seven new single-family houses.

This place used to be a nuisance, with parties going past midnight on Sundays

This place used to be a nuisance, with blaringly loud parties going past midnight on Sundays

The houses would front on an interior walkway, and the two end properties would have one-car garages opening onto Iseminger, which should help alleviate some of the neighbors’ concerns about the impact these new residents will have on parking. The two houses with parking are planned to be four stories, while the rest will be three. The uppermost level of each house will be set back to allow for a walk-out roof deck.

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