Editor’s Note: This story was originally published on Nov. 19, 2020. A construction update is provided below.
39 MONTGOMERY – a stylish building with a limestone and brick façade that will feature 21 condominiums fashioned for luxurious, one-floor living – has begun to rise in Ardmore, one of the 10 Best Places to Live in America, across the street from the renowned Suburban Square™.
The site, with its steel framing, is indeed a sight to behold.
Construction on the four-story building was shut down in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it resumed in May with all the proper safety guidelines in place.
With the foundation complete, third-floor framing is now underway. The construction of the building shell will continue into December and will be followed by the installation of the roof. Masonry, with cast stone and full brick on all four sides of the building, will occur through the winter months.
Virtual images of the lobby and community room offer a glimpse inside the sophisticated and unique interior of this one-of-a-kind building developed and marketed by C.F. Holloway III & Company, a Wayne-based homebuilder with a distinguished portfolio that includes multiple properties on the historic Main Line.
Combining the highest standards of new construction with the incomparable, “heart of the Main Line” location and proximity to shopping, parks, transportation, and dining, 39 MONTGOMERY offers a singular opportunity in today’s marketplace. Buyers can choose from five unique floor plans, each of which has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and range from 2,200 to 2,600 square feet.
Construction update provided by C.F. Holloway III & Company: In spite of the weather outside being frightfully snowy, we are very excited to report that construction has moved along, and the building is now framed to the roof. Beautiful windows are being installed, and the shape of things to come is clearly evident now.
Steel, concrete plank, insulation, windows, roofing, framing, mechanicals. The structure and “guts” of a building – not that pretty, but essential elements that set the stage for the finishing materials.
Brick and limestone: the “skin” begins. Masonry will progress through the winter, and with spring, the magic of artful landscaping complementing the classic architecture.
Drywall, tile, trim, doors, cabinetry, countertops, flooring, lighting. The fun parts are not far off. Anticipation is building for the summer, as settlements start in July.