The rear. Nine parking spaces will be included in the development, though only four cars are shown above
Now, we'll present you with some before and after shots. Enjoy!
From the intersection, looking southwest. Before the garage was torn down.
With the new buildings
Looking north, up 34th St.
And peering into the future
Looking west on Haverford Ave.
And now with the new buildings
The homes are fairly basic examples of Philly row home architecture. We wouldn't have complained if the developer opted for a couple of additional flourishes to spice up the buildings a little, but these are certainly an acceptable first step. As we said before, this development is such great news for the area; perhaps if the neighborhood gets a little more desirable, the designs will get a little sexier.