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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 3:09 PM
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2932 North Broad: 7 Stories, 135 Units
Part of the North Station District?
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New stuff in the pipeline:

2932 North Broad: 7 Stories, 135 Units
Is this part of the North Philadelphia Station redevelopment?
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New stuff in the pipeline:

2932 North Broad: 7 Stories, 135 Units

This goofus shit got a foundation permit on October 8th
Is this part of the North Philadelphia Station redevelopment jawn?
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 3:13 PM
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Ok thats creepy we all asked the same question at basically the same time
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 3:14 PM
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It is part of North Station District-- we're gonna hear more from them soon
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 3:25 PM
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New stuff in the pipeline:

4240 Chestnut: 7 Stories, 102 Units, 2 floors office

912-14 Arch: 7 Stories, Hotel

801 Aramingo: 4 stories, 11 Units

2932 North Broad: 7 Stories, 135 Units

2016 Cambridge: 5 Stories, 14 Units

This goofus shit got a foundation permit on October 8th
Zoning permit issued on 10/4 for the 7 story apt building at North Phila Station. Nice.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 5:32 PM
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Ok thats creepy we all asked the same question at basically the same time
Yes but I asked first Lesson to always refresh before commenting!
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 5:40 PM
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Dont' recall that the developer's website was posted here for the big project, but here it is for those that haven't seen it as a de novo look...LOL. I'm really hoping Temple Medicine or other health science disciplines takes a big chunk of this development. Wait and see....

Oh, and do we have a thread yet for it?

https://www.hfzcap.com/portfolio/north
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Dont' recall that the developer's website was posted here for the big project, but here it is for those that haven't seen it as a de novo look...LOL. I'm really hoping Temple Medicine or other health science disciplines takes a big chunk of this development. Wait and see....

Oh, and do we have a thread yet for it?

https://www.hfzcap.com/portfolio/north
Yes we do. http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=227466
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 8:13 PM
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 8:57 PM
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New stuff in the pipeline:

912-14 Arch: 7 Stories, Hotel
That reminds me, does anyone know the story behind the currently up to 10 stories perpetually under construction site at 932-34 Arch St (aka 43-49 N 10TH ST, following a lot consolidation). Really strange cinderblock and steel construction and the permits in atlas have been continually evolving for years. Yet another zoning/use permit issued last month for yet another addition, without having ever completed the original structure. Seems like it's been at *least* a decade and has been a total eyesore.

https://atlas.phila.gov/#/43-49%20N%2010TH%20ST/li

Streetview from Arch St: https://goo.gl/maps/LtLBGwWuPBi5sECP7

Streetview from 10th St: https://goo.gl/maps/pikUobuEbjDs5nqB8
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 9:56 PM
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Any other details on the 912-914 Arch St hotel project? That would be some nice infill on that surface lot
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That reminds me, does anyone know the story behind the currently up to 10 stories perpetually under construction site at 932-34 Arch St (aka 43-49 N 10TH ST, following a lot consolidation). Really strange cinderblock and steel construction and the permits in atlas have been continually evolving for years. Yet another zoning/use permit issued last month for yet another addition, without having ever completed the original structure. Seems like it's been at *least* a decade and has been a total eyesore.

https://atlas.phila.gov/#/43-49%20N%2010TH%20ST/li

Streetview from Arch St: https://goo.gl/maps/LtLBGwWuPBi5sECP7

Streetview from 10th St: https://goo.gl/maps/pikUobuEbjDs5nqB8
That has been constantly u/c for like, a decade now.
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2019, 2:41 PM
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That reminds me, does anyone know the story behind the currently up to 10 stories perpetually under construction site at 932-34 Arch St (aka 43-49 N 10TH ST, following a lot consolidation). Really strange cinderblock and steel construction and the permits in atlas have been continually evolving for years. Yet another zoning/use permit issued last month for yet another addition, without having ever completed the original structure. Seems like it's been at *least* a decade and has been a total eyesore.

https://atlas.phila.gov/#/43-49%20N%2010TH%20ST/li

Streetview from Arch St: https://goo.gl/maps/LtLBGwWuPBi5sECP7

Streetview from 10th St: https://goo.gl/maps/pikUobuEbjDs5nqB8
I really feel like that building is being constructed by only a few people by hand. I have never seen a building go up slower.
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Old Posted Oct 21, 2019, 6:01 PM
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That reminds me, does anyone know the story behind the currently up to 10 stories perpetually under construction site at 932-34 Arch St (aka 43-49 N 10TH ST, following a lot consolidation). Really strange cinderblock and steel construction and the permits in atlas have been continually evolving for years. Yet another zoning/use permit issued last month for yet another addition, without having ever completed the original structure. Seems like it's been at *least* a decade and has been a total eyesore.

https://atlas.phila.gov/#/43-49%20N%2010TH%20ST/li

Streetview from Arch St: https://goo.gl/maps/LtLBGwWuPBi5sECP7

Streetview from 10th St: https://goo.gl/maps/pikUobuEbjDs5nqB8
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I really feel like that building is being constructed by only a few people by hand. I have never seen a building go up slower.
If you have too much time on your hands, check out the streetview links using google's time machine feature to step through the earlier views. Amazing! They started with a 5-story overbuild on the 1-story 232 Arch only, with the store on the ground floor remaining open while they built. Not until sometime after June 2014 did 234 Arch become involved and it appears they then added additional stories to their previous work on 232 as well. I vaguely recall reading years ago of L&I shutting down an Arch St overbuild that someone attempted with no permits; I'm thinking this is that, although now with several rounds of permits.
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There was a Naked Philly blog on this about 2 years ago..

http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-phill...ding-10th-arch

If it keeps growing, perhaps it will eventually get its own thread
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2019, 2:18 PM
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These are great smaller projects that help line Chestnut into the core of the city.
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2019, 2:45 PM
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Whew. That's an improvement on the last iteration of 4000 Market. Say what you want about brick, it can improve the blandest building.
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