Town Home Development on Front Street near Delaware Avenue

Developer David Perlman plans to make his mark on The Delaware Ave. construction scene with a proposed town home development he has for 412 N. Front Street in Old City.   Perlman told city planners Tuesday that he hopes to build a 38-unit townhouse development with green roofs, outdoor space for each unit, and a mix of surface-lot and garage parking.

Front and Willow Street

Units would have 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths and range in size from 1,700 to 1,900 square feet.  Most would be three stories tall, with the exception of two "carriage house" developments that would have ground level floors, to allow access to parking in the interior of the project.  The parking garage will rest up against an I-95 ramp at the corner of Front and Willow Streets.

Old proposal of World Trade Center site near Willow St.

Project architect Jose Hernandez said the town houses will be faced with stone, brick and two colors of fiber cement.  Landscaped areas will include an interior courtyard and private green space for each unit, and also street trees and planters.  Units will have views of the Delaware River and Benjamin Franklin Bridge.


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