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I remember looking at condo apartments in the ornate building right behind the blue crane a few years back when visiting Philly. They were asking between $250 and $300K, if I remember correctly. Really great units, classic old architecture. I wonder what those units go for now?
Ha yes I will do so this weekend. I'm busy at work till Saturday. Kinda difficult to have your camera on you while you're running! I will take a nice weekend stroll this weekend: hopefully get (1) Family Court (2) 2116 Chestnut (3) Market St. Add-On and (4) Barnes/Sister City projects.
"Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put."
Not bad dude but 2116 Chestnut should be to the left of Murano building. Unless that is some sort of optical illusion.
Murano 2101 Market
It should be in that gap between Murano and 2400 Chestnut.
Not to belabor the point but this tower would have had so much more of an impact on the skyline (from that vantage point) if the tower was facing N-S instead of E-W. From that viewpoint you are only getting the edges of this tower.