Spotted: Three Luxe Townhomes Break Ground at 22nd and Lombard

The corner unit is going for $2.1 million.

Rendering courtesy of Philly Living

Rendering courtesy of Philly Living/JKRP Architects

Sure, Philadelphia’s building boom is due in large part to massive developments like 500 Walnut and the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center (just to name a few). But it’s also got a series of smaller projects springing forth that are helping it along. The latest one to break ground? Three luxury townhomes at the corner of 22nd and Lombard.

According to a press release from Philly Living, the residences at 2143-47 Lombard Street are each due to have a full-floor master suite, elevator, finished basement with guest and media rooms, and a full-floor roof deck with beverage cooler, built-in speakers and lighting, and connections for a gas grill. Mmmh, we can already smell the upcoming BBQs…

U.S. Construction is developing all three townhomes, each of which will offer 4,800 square feet of space, as well video intercom systems and dual-zone climate control systems that can be monitored or adjusted wirelessly from your mobile phone. Construction completion is expected for the end of 2016. A 10-year tax abatement for each property is currently pending.


  • 2147 Lombard (corner unit):  $2.1 million
  • 2145 Lombard: $1.9 million
  • 2143 Lombard: $1.9 million

Below, renderings of the upcoming Fitler Square homes.


Renderings courtesy of Philly Living.