Old City Real Estate Development Map, July 2014 
  • developments in old city summer 2014

 

 

247- 259 Market Street (former Shirt Corner)

Developer: Alterra Property Group

Mixed-use historic preservation/redevelopment project, with 59 apartments and first floor retail, preleased to CVS Pharmacy + approx. 1,500 SF additional retail space. 

Status: under construction 

 

135-137 N. 3rd Street (former Samuel Machinery)

Developer: Cynergy Builders

Redevelopment of a 5 story former industrial supply building.  Planned residential and first floor retail. 

Status: under construction

 

The Pottery 

105 N. 2nd Street

Developer:  105 N. 2nd Street Investors, LP

Mixed-use redevelopment of existing structure (former Trenton China Pottery) - 44 rental residential units - studio, one and two-bedroom units, plus 2,000 SF retail 

Status: approvals in place; projected construction start January 2014

 

The National

115 N. 2nd St.

Owner: The Patriot Building Group, LLC 

Planned mixed-use redevelopment of existing structure/new construction; 123 residential rental units and approx. 3,000 - 3,400 SF of retail space in 2 units.  

Status: approvals in place

 

205 Race Street 

Developer: Brown Hill Development

Proposed 16-18 story mixed-use property with approx. 130 residential rental units - studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments and approx. 14,000 SF of retail space (design subject to change). 

Status: seeking approvals

 

Trust Market

3rd & Arch Streets

Developer: Jarred Yaron 

Redevelopment of historic bank building to multi-level gourmet food market & dining establishment.

Status: seeking approvals.

 

Marina View 

230-250 N. Christopher Columbus Blvd. 

Developer: Ensemble Real Estate

180 apartment units on 11 floors, with 1,100 SF of retail space. 

 

One Franklin Square 

401 Race Street

Developer:  ARC Properties 

263,000 SF mixed-use redevelopment project with 200 residential units, hotel, 8,000 SF of retail space and a 120-car underground parking garage (design subject to change). 

Status: design revised, seeking approvals.

 

Renaissance Plaza

Columbus Blvd & Callowhill St.  

Developer: Carl Marks & Co. 

Five 22- and 25-story buildings (new construction; in phases), consisting of 1,395 rental apartments, 16 townhouses and 70,000 SF of retail use. 

Status: seeking approvals. 

 

115-117 N. 3rd Street

Developer:  Phoenix Realty Holdings 

Redevelopment of a 5 story mixed-use building.

Status: under construction

 

111 - 117 Walnut Street

Developer: Society Hill Developers

Four luxury townhomes - 4- and 5-bedrooms; 5,200 - 7,000 SF customizable design, with 2-car garages.

Status: under construction 

 

228-230 Arch Street

Developer:  Steve Lin

Redevelopment of two five-story buildings with rental apartment units plus first floor retail/restaurant space.

Status: under construction

 

233 Chestnut Street

Developer: Urban Space Development

Conversion of three-story commercial building into a five-story mixed-use property, with luxury condos, including a two-floor penthouse suite. Commercial tenant: Capogiro Gelato Artisans.

Status: under construction

 

138 Race Street

Developer: Atlantic Developments

New construction of four-unit apartment building.

Status: seeking approvals

 

5 Bank Street 

Developer: US Construction

New construction of four residential townhouses 

Status: under construction

 

Recent Developments

 

Walnut Place

320 Walnut Street

Developer: Philadelphia Management Corp.

Six story, 68,460 SF former office building converted into 66 residential rental units and first floor commercial space.

Status: construction complete; now leasing

 

Arden Theatre Hamilton Family Arts Center 

62 N. 2nd Street

Conversion of industrial building into a 22,000 SF education and innovation center. This $5.8 million dollar expansion includes 80-seat theater, rehearsal space, classes, workshops and set-building studio. 

 

FringeArts Headquarters

Columbus Boulevard & Race Street

Conversion of a 10,000 SF former pumping station into the permanent headquarters for the FringeArts festival, including a 225 seat theater, a rehearsal studio, restaurant/bar, outdoor plaza and headquarters offices. 

 

229 Arch St.

65 apartment units - studio, one and two-bedroom units + 4,000 SF retail space. 

Status: apartment leasing complete; retail space available.