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They are uncovering where the City Branch cut goes through this property.
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Locked article, can't read, but the headline suggests this is getting started, and the rendering looks a little different than it did for CDR.

http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelp...nter-city.html
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Seems like good news!
Can't see the article either, but the graphic seems to be only phase 1, not showing the second, taller building along 15th st.
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Radnor Property moves ahead with Center City apartment project

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Radnor Property Group has begun constructing the first phase of the Hamilton, a multifamily development on North 15th Street in Center City that will house students attending Philadelphia Community College.

The first phase of the project will consist of a 10-story building with 279 apartments at 440 N. 15th St. Radnor Property has lined up $65 million in preferred equity and construction financing from Santander and an undisclosed insurance company to fund this portion of the project. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler arranged the financing. The initial phase of the project is expected to be finished next year.

“Once we have completed Hamilton one, we roll right into Hamilton phase two,” said David Yeager of Radnor Property.

At build out, the Hamilton will total $129 million and consist of two buildings — the 10-story structure now under development — and another at 16 stories that will have 210 units as well as 3,300 square feet of ground-level retail.
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Even though it's short this building will be major upgrade for this block
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Locked article, can't read, but the headline suggests this is getting started, and the rendering looks a little different than it did for CDR.

http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelp...nter-city.html
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From 8/15. Demolition is now fully underway and has progressed since the last update.

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Nice to see construction up there. Those few blocks are really coming up, aren't they?

I do, however, wish that the Phillies had built there at Broad and Spring Garden (to which this building that's going down would likely have been demoed)
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Radnor Property moves ahead with Center City apartment project

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Radnor Property Group has begun constructing the first phase of the Hamilton, a multifamily development on North 15th Street in Center City that will be built on land owned by Philadelphia Community College.

The first phase of the project will consist of a 10-story building with 279 apartments at 440 N. 15th St. Radnor Property has lined up $65 million in preferred equity and construction financing from Santander and an undisclosed insurance company to fund this portion of the project. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler arranged the financing. The initial phase of the project is expected to be finished next year.

“Once we have completed Hamilton one, we roll right into Hamilton phase two,” said David Yeager of Radnor Property.

At build out, the Hamilton will total $129 million and consist of two buildings — the 10-story structure now under development — and another at 16 stories that will have 210 units as well as 3,300 square feet of ground-level retail. The market-rate project will cater to those attending and working at nearby schools.
https://www.bizjournals.com/philadel...nter-city.html
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10-story Hamilton tower breaks ground in Logan Square

http://philly.curbed.com/2017/9/12/1...groundbreaking
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10-story Hamilton tower breaks ground in Logan Square

http://philly.curbed.com/2017/9/12/1...groundbreaking
Looking good!!

Phase 1:


Full build-out:


Full build-out:


Site prep update:
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very nice! this is a nice addition to an increasingly intriguing neighborhood.
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much better. With this and the police moving to the Inky building this area should be a lot better in 3 years. Not to mention Hanover on Broad.
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much better. With this and the police moving to the Inky building this area should be a lot better in 3 years. Not to mention Hanover on Broad.
And the $2 mil NOVO townhouses already under construction, and obviously the Alexander nearly completed. Throw in the One Franklin-PMC apt conversion, and a once sleepy area is transformed.
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Radnor Property Group Not Throwing Away Their Shot With CCP Project

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