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PHILADELPHIA | 1021 N. Hancock Street | 188 FT | 14 FLOORS

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Title: 1021 N. Hancock Street
Architect: Digsau
Developer: Post Brothers
Location: 1021 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, PA
District: Northeast Philadelphia
Neighborhood: Northern Liberties
Floors: 14
Height: 188 Ft

(White building at right)


14-Story, 280-Unit Building Proposed in Northern Liberties
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If you’ve been to Northern Liberties recently, you probably noticed the two cranes towering over the neighborhood. Those cranes are for the 1,000+ units and multiple retail spaces that will become Post Brothers’ Piazza Terminal. Just west of that development, hundreds of more units are under construction or in the planning phases along 2nd St. and Germantown Avenue. Post Brothers also recently announced that they will be redeveloping Liberties Walk in 3 phases. That project consists of more than 100 residential units, retail spaces, and offices. The whole area surrounding the Piazza feels like a Center City skyscraper construction site. We really can’t imagine what the neighborhood is going to be like in a few years when all of these buildings are completed and hundreds of new residents move into Northern Liberties.

If all of these projects seem overwhelming, buckle up, as zoning permits for another large project were just pulled today. Post Brothers is proposing the by-right redevelopment of 1021 N Hancock St., the current site of Post Brothers’ offices.

This development will entail a 14-story, 231,650 square foot building with 280 residential units and ground floor retail. No parking is planned on site, but the development team has agreed to provide parking in the garage across the street at 145 W. Wildey St. to satisfy parking requirements in the CMX-3 zoning code. Demolition permits were pulled for the existing building at 1021 N. Hancock St. in September, so it looks like Post Brothers will need to find a new location for their office in the near future.
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Love it! Build it. Love that NoLibs is building its on little skyline.
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FOR THE CONDITIONAL APPROVAL FOR THE RELOCATION OF LOT LINES TO CREATE ONE (1) LOT (PARCEL A) BY ADDING A PORTION OF FORMER HANCOCK ST. (STRICKEN AND VACATED) TO 1021 N HANCOCK ST. AND FOR THE COMPLETE DEMOLITION OF ALL EXISING BUILDINGS AND FOR THE ERECTION OF AN ATTACHED BUILDING WITH A ROOF DECK AT SEVENTH FLOOR AND MECHANICAL PENT HOUSE (FOR ROOF MAINTENANCE ONLY) ABOVE THIRTEENTH FLOOR (SIZE AND LOCATION AS SHOWN ON PLANS)
STATUS: Issued

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Piazza Terminal and 1021 N. Hancock St. (white building on the right)
1021 N. Hancock Street
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This tower is shown in an awesome aerial rendering of projects proposed and being constructed by Post Brothers in the PDF link below. Looks like this is going to be called "Mercato."

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https://www.phila.gov/media/20201028...20201110-1.pdf
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CDR Submission up!

Some nice new renderings, and height confirmed at 14-floors and 188 feet tall.

Link to PDF:
https://www.phila.gov/media/20201125...ec-10-2020.pdf
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I really like this project.
Yet another neighborhood we can say is on fire.
It looks to me that Philly is faring pretty well thru this nightmare.
Good density happening here, Delaware Avenue, W Market, N Broad, Washington All looking good!
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More Piazza Adjacent Projects Coming to CDR

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http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-phill...cts-coming-cdr
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