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47-Unit, Mixed-Use Project Planned in Germantown

The pipeline of new development planned in Germantown keeps growing. We’ve recently told you about several projects underway and in the predevelopment phases in this section of Philadelphia. We have a feeling that there will be many more to write about over the next few years and beyond. But today, we’ll add just one more Read more about 47-Unit, Mixed-Use Project Planned in Germantown[…]

5627-Germantown-Avenue-Rowell-Building

47-Unit Adaptive Reuse Project Planned in Germantown

Get ready for some big changes to the historic building at 5627 Germantown Avenue. The 8-story, 77,436 square foot, CMX-3 zoned building was originally constructed as a 2-story building for the Germantown Trust Company in 1898. In 1929, a major vertical addition was added for use as the bank’s offices. Germantown Trust Company ended up Read more about 47-Unit Adaptive Reuse Project Planned in Germantown[…]

Tulpehocken Place Rendering

83 Units Proposed in Germantown Next to Tulpehocken Station

In 2017, Mosaic Development Partners acquired a more than 1 acre residential multifamily (RM-3) zoned parcel between Tulpehocken Station and a group of mid-rise residential buildings in Germantown. Currently, the parcel sits vacant and covered in vegetation. In 2018, Mosaic Development partners presented a 100-unit plan for the site to the neighbors. By 2019, the Read more about 83 Units Proposed in Germantown Next to Tulpehocken Station[…]

6365-69 Germantown Ave.

Permits Issued for 14-Unit + Commercial Project in Germantown

Building permits were issued on January 18th for a 14-unit project at 6365-69 Germantown Ave. The CMX-2 zoned property, which is more than 36 feet wide and 125 feet deep in some sections, holds a stately 4-story masonry building with two bay windows and a large addition off the back. A demolition permit for the Read more about Permits Issued for 14-Unit + Commercial Project in Germantown[…]

5423 Germantown Avenue

16-Unit + Retail Adaptive Reuse Project in Germantown

5423 Germantown Ave. was originally built in the 1870’s as the Germantown Masonic Hall. The Gothic Revival building was most recently occupied by the Cunningham Piano Company, which used the building as a showroom from the 1970’s through 2016 when the building was sold for redevelopment. Cunningham, founded in 1891 and one of the oldest Read more about 16-Unit + Retail Adaptive Reuse Project in Germantown[…]

Germantown High School building

352 Units Proposed within Historic Germantown High School Buildings

It looks like a clear plan for the massive Germantown High School complex is finally coming to fruition. The fate of this historic property has been uncertain since it closed in 2013 and the School District of Philadelphia decided to dispose of it shortly thereafter. The main school building was originally constructed in 1914 with Read more about 352 Units Proposed within Historic Germantown High School Buildings[…]