AGA Developers Announce South Kensington Complex

The building will have 17 townhouses and two triplexes.
Rendering for the new development on Berks Street. | AGA Developers

Rendering for the new development on Berks Street. | Harman Deutsch Architecture via AGA Developers

AGA Developers have announced plans for a new residential development in South Kensington. It will be a 19-unit complex to be called South Square, on Berks Street near the Market-Frankford El.

According to a press release from the developer, the new complex will have roof decks and private vehicle access. 17 of the units will be townhomes and the other two will be triplexes. The townhomes will have three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and will each have a rooftop deck, according to Curbed Philly. They will go on sale fort about $450,000.

The “boutique builder,” as AGA describes itself, has also developed Trenton Stables and Frankford Square in Fishtown and several properties in Point Breeze and Graduate Hospital.

Curbed Philly has renderings of the development here.