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Old Posted Jan 21, 2021, 6:53 PM
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94-Unit Adaptive Reuse Project Planned for Historic North Broad St. Building

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Just south of North Philadelphia Station and next to the original North Broad Station building, another sizable plan is in the works. Zoning permits were issued on January 15th to convert the historic 6-story building at 2527 N. Broad Street into 94 residential units.

2527 N. Broad St. was built in 1913 and was originally the home of the E.A. Wright Bank Note Company, which printed currency, stamps, securities, stocks, checks, diplomas, and other documents. More recently, the building has been used as a storage warehouse. The structure was designated to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places in January of 2020 after being nominated by The Keeping Society of Philadelphia.
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2021, 7:00 PM
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A Former Ammunition Factory is Transforming into a Creative Office Complex in Bridesburg





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The Frankford Arsenal is a 20-acre complex that originally opened in 1816. Ammunition and weapons were manufactured, stored, repaired, and engineered at the location, which played a major part in the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and The Vietnam War. At its peak, 22,000 people worked at The Arsenal. Everything from muskets to laser weapons technology was developed at The Frankford Arsenal throughout its life as a military facility until it closed in 1977.

In August of 2018, Alliance HSP acquired 6 buildings totaling nearly 210,000 square feet at the complex with the goal of transforming them into creative office and light manufacturing spaces. Alliance HSP is well on its way with multiple buildings already converted and some really cool tenants calling The Arsenal home. Some of those tenants include SoulFull, OATLY! (which I’m drinking in my coffee as I type this), Imperial Yeast, Oat Foundry, Singularis, and Bayada.
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2021, 7:01 PM
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32-Unit, Mixed-Use Building Rising in Francisville at 1614-20 Ridge Ave

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Old Posted Jan 21, 2021, 7:04 PM
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855 Units + Retail Planned in South Philly on the Delaware River at 1401 S. Columbus Blvd.

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Old Posted Jan 21, 2021, 7:33 PM
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Is part of this the massive lot at 15th and Cherry?

That site might be able to support a supertall. It's just barely out of the City Hall view height limit.
Here is all the buildings / lots for sale...Some zones CMX-5. Defintely potential for several huge projects, I just hope for some cohesion. I would rather a master plan for the area than a project here and a project there.

Those properties Garonzik is marketing are:
• The North and South Towers, which are the two signature Hahnemann buildings that sit on Broad and Vine streets and greet those coming off of the expressway at 15th Street. The buildings are connected and together total 630,000 square feet;
• A stretch along 15th to Broad streets that includes a small, five-story building and a surface parking area. Zoned CMX-5, upwards of an estimated 1.1 million square feet can be developed on the parcel; and
• Martinelli Park at 325 N. 15th St., which is also zoned CMX-5.


The Harrison Street entity owns five buildings that combined total 1.06 million square feet. Those properties are being marketed by JLL and include:
• The 20-story, 590,220-square-foot New College building at 245 N. 15th St.;
• The five-story, 45,837-square-foot Feinstein building at 216-220 N. Broad St.;
• The 15-story, 150,758-square-foot Bobst building at 222-248 N. Broad St.;
• The three-story, 14,700-square-foot Broad Street Clinic at 231 N. Broad St.;
• The 12-story, 261,700-square-foot Wood Street garage.
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2021, 1:43 AM
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would any one know about the status of this project on north Broad street.

2234 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132 · 29 Units Apartment Multifamily Dormitory

https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/2234...a-PA/16743603/
just a vacant lot
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2021, 2:23 AM
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When do we start developing a pier/waterfront like Battery park in NYC is? I love seeing all of the Boats, Yachts & Ferries in the water in the summer time in that area.

We have piers and room for it so what's missing?
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2021, 2:25 AM
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When do we start developing a pier/waterfront like Battery park in NYC is? I love seeing all of the Boats, Yachts & Ferries in the water in the summer time in that area.

We have piers and room for it so what's missing?
We have a small pier like that: Morgan's Pier. I'm pretty sure part of the Waterfront Redevelopment is a pier like that too.
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2021, 11:04 PM
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855 Units + Retail Planned in South Philly on the Delaware River at 1401 S. Columbus Blvd.

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Is there a plan for the lot(s) farther from the river (between this site and Columbus Blvd)? Is it the same owner or different owner?
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2021, 11:53 PM
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Is there a plan for the lot(s) farther from the river (between this site and Columbus Blvd)? Is it the same owner or different owner?
Different owner. Bart Blatstein owns the Columbus Ave fronting lot. A full size Giant supermarket is confirmed for the site. Not sure what else.
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 1:59 AM
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Good article regarding the tax burden saga in Philadelphia...

"The pandemic took a big bite out of Philly’s tax base. What happens if suburbanites keep working from home?"

https://www.inquirer.com/business/ph...-20210124.html
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 2:19 AM
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In regards to telework:

Umm...the trend of teleworking for suburbanites have been going on for years, and for those that have done it before the pandemic will continue to do so after the pandemic. For the newbies that were forced to work from home due to the pandemic (and jobs that can be done from home), there will be a percentage that will continue to work one or more days from home and spend the other days in the office after the pandemic is over. Not great news in this regard, but hopefully the city population will increase in the coming years to balance out this reality.
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We have a small pier like that: Morgan's Pier. I'm pretty sure part of the Waterfront Redevelopment is a pier like that too.
*was* like that. All the marinas have been torn out, and I'm pretty sure the Durst Organization's going to completely reshape the waterfront immediately north of the Ben Franklin Bridge. I'm enjoying the view of the bridge from my windows while it lasts (and trying not to think about what my property taxes are going to look like one day) - in the next decade or two it's going to be absolutely littered with midrises. Thankfully, the Durst Org has been no slouch when it comes to architecture.
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:27 PM
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Construction Progresses On Penn Meeting And Guesthouse In University City

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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:30 PM
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Permits Issued For 70-Unit Building At 1827 Hope Street In Norris Square

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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:31 PM
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Foundation Work Progressing For LVL North At 510 North Broad Street In Spring Garden

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Façade Work Finishes Up At 1721-23 Ridge Avenue In Francisville



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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:34 PM
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Permits Issued For A 46-Unit Structure At 1309-25 Cambridge Street In Poplar

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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:35 PM
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 4:41 PM
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CDR Submissions for February are up

Only 3 projects this time. All 3 we already know about.

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