An apartment project proposed three years ago may be getting underway at 18th and Washington now that a demolition notice has appeared on the building, reports Naked Philly. The 2011 proposal by the Carosella Brothers of C&R Building Supply, surely outdated by now, called for 15 apartments, ground-floor commercial and basement parking accessed by a far lift.
Construction on the 75-home development on a vacant Columbus Boulevard lot bordered by Catharine Street and the I-95 Washington Avenue off-ramp has begun, says Plan Philly. Earth movers were spotted leveling the ground to create a terraced base for the project above the flood plain.
Now we’re talking. Max Glass, developer of the upcoming apartments in the King of Jeans building, has released an updated rendering for his project. If only the substation next door looked so nice The building’s elements would remain the same:
For this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, we head to the gentrified Graduate Hospital neighborhood and this “gorgeous,gorgeous,gorgeous” 3-bedroom home with the mansard roof (thank you Wikipedia) at 2028 Kater St. It’s been on the market since October for $585,000. It’s got plenty of
The former South Philly WIC office at Broad and Tasker will become a Valley Green Bank branch, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported. The WIC office closed last year and moved to the new building at Broad and Federal. From Streetview. Why did