Looking to buy a newly constructed, modern and spacious home? Located on the 2500 block of Sepviva Street these homes offer a great space for newly weds, families or anyone looking for a custome luxury home at a great price. Offering black brick facade, 9′ ceilings, finished basement, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a large yard and more. Check out the renderings. We like the look of these modern homes and the neighborhood is convenient to everything the City has to offer.
Starting at $315,000 these are priced competitively on the market in a growing area of north Philadelphia. Want more information? Contact Larry at LiveLovePhilly for further details.
One things for sure. When they need to fill their gas tank, they can walk right over to Hess. What a spot for these 22 new homes being built at 1300 Kater Street. This development has been underway since last year and we are starting to see this development take shape. Designer Harman Deutsch has worked on several projects in and around Philadelphia. From architectural to consulting services, this team of designers focuses on balance in esthetics.
Esthetics next to Hess? These homes will be 50′ tall and four stories high, making them the largest market rate homes in Hawthorne. This vicinity has been booming with similar projects. Although, I can’t say Id want to look out my window at a Hess Gas Station every day. On the flip side, your tank should never touch E.
By Summer 2014, the Delaware Waterfront may look a little different. Recently, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) was awarded a $5 million grant from the William Penn Foundation. This grant is to work on two pier parks in Pennsport. For years, communities and neighborhoods have seen I-95 as a barrier to the waterfront. The goal is to find ways to connect these astray neighborhoods to the river. The key is connector streets. Work is to be conducted from Pier 53 to 70.
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Current View of Pier 68 (Image Source: Planphilly.com)
This includes Pier 68, 390 feet of useable land that extends over the river. Pier 68 has high hopes and plans as initial talks have already stated the possible Bassmaster’s Fishing Tournament in August 2014. This Pier would remain open for public fishing opportunities. The Washington Avenue Connector will be accompanied with a Tasker Street Connector to give more direct access to Pier 68. The DRWC has a long agenda and plans to create a waterfront easily accessible by it’s neighborhoods, to preserve land and natural beauty of the Delaware waterfront. Can you imagine strolling down to Pier 68 with bait and hook?!
In Bella Vista: The Zoning Board has approved the construction of 25 single-family townhouses at 8th and Montrose. Each home will be approximately 1,900-2,100 square feet. Parking included! There will be 25 off street parking spaces surrounded by the development. This space was occupied by a 7-UP bottling plant (who knew?!) and a dingy awning covered garage. Let’s hope these town homes prove to be just as crisp and clean!
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