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This thing was good to go all the way back in August as far as I'm aware. Anyone been in the area recently? Any site work?

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This thing was good to go all the way back in August as far as I'm aware. Anyone been in the area recently? Any site work?

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Nothing at all. Not even any signs posted.
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From the Lowrise thread:
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add 700 N. Delaware Ave. – CMX3 – Herc Grigos – A CDR (Civic Design Review) – No Zoning Review – 482 units & 147 parking spaces
If I'm not mistaken, this is that very project, no?
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If I'm not mistaken, this is that very project, no?
Not the same-- 700 N Delaware is the bus maintenance property at Delaware and Fairmount.
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Yeah, 626 N. Delaware and 700 N. Delaware are two different parcels. Very cool if both get going! Fingers crossed!
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96-Unit Tower + Car Dealership Finally Moving Forward in Northern Liberties?

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Back in August of 2018, owners of the 9,075 square foot CMX-3 parcel at 626-30 N. Delaware Avenue went before the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) for a 14-story, nearly 195 foot tower with 96 residential units, 117 automated parking spots, and 32 bicycle spaces with a car dealership at the base of the building. The zoning appeal stated that the plan was utilizing both the green building/LEED Gold bonus and the mixed-income housing bonus to achieve a 72 extra feet in building height. The ZBA provisionally approved the plan with some required changes.

Since then, nothing has happened at the site, which sits behind the gas station at Delaware Avenue and Spring Garden Street, although a lot of action is underway nearby. More than a year ago, we told you about the 6-story, 25-unit mixed-use building under construction just north. That project is now topped out and sits right next to a new construction 30-unit mixed-use building. We also told you about the 500+ unit mixed-use project that seems to be inching forward at the former Festival Pier site. Directly across Fairmount Ave. from the 626 Delaware Ave. site, there’s a 488-unit mixed-use proposal that we’ll get around to covering soon.

Although we thought the project was likely dead, we decided to check up on it and found that a zoning permit was issued on August 5th of this year.

The permit lays out a very similar project. However, in this iteration, the parking count is reduced from 117 to 105. 35 of the parking spots are reserved for the building’s residents and the rest are non-accessory. We imagine that the non-accessory spaces will be used by the car dealership and essentially act as a car warehouse for their business. This permit also mentions that the public art bonus is being utilized for the project.
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http://www.rising.realestate/96-unit...ern-liberties/
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