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43 Units + New Restaurant Planned for Kensington

We have told you again and again that Kensington is booming. New construction houses, residential buildings, and mixed-use structures dot the landscape of this transit-accessible neighborhood. We recently told you about a 93-unit mixed-use building replacing an old warehouse at the corner of 2nd and Cecil B. Moore Ave. The warehouse is now completely demolished Read more about 43 Units + New Restaurant Planned for Kensington[…]

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40 Micro-Unit Mixed-Use Project Progressing Slowly in Kensington

We apologize if we are being repetitive, but Kensington is booming. Vacant and underutilized parcels are getting snapped up and redeveloped in every direction you look in this neighborhood. Today, we will be focusing on a project west of American St. in South Kensington. We recently brought you a 120 unit mixed-use project on Germantown Read more about 40 Micro-Unit Mixed-Use Project Progressing Slowly in Kensington[…]

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Checking in on Zahav Owners’ New Restaurant in Kensington

Last summer, we heard that the owners of Zahav will be opening a restaurant at Howard and Thompson streets in Kensington. CookNSolo, led by Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook, is converting an old warehouse near the Fishtown border into a dining establishment. The team spoke with the South Kensington Community Partners last summer and said Read more about Checking in on Zahav Owners’ New Restaurant in Kensington[…]