We last checked in on the Stable Flats project in Northern Liberties over a year ago when the first three units were modularly constructed, and a row of foundations waited next door for additional homes. As the time has passed, those foundations have continued to wait. Meanwhile, immediately to the north, two complete rows of new homes have been framed out, using stick construction.
Setting aside the curiousity of switching from modular to stick, why did they skip the rest of the foundations in the first row? Still, it's impressive to see so many homes go up all at once. We'll be sure to check back in here before another year passes, and we'll see if the first row fills up in the meantime.