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Old Posted Feb 24, 2017, 1:28 PM
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This is just phase 1 right?
8 story building initially.
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Old Posted Mar 13, 2017, 12:12 AM
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I drove by today and along with the ongoing drilling it looks like a couple of piers have been poured. As this is a fairly small site it will take them a while to get to a point where they are building up and not just building down.
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Officially under construction as they are installing caissons

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The base of this building is quite interesting.
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Penn's site has a new rendering for this project. https://www.pennconnects.upenn.edu/f...ogy_images.php

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^Wow is that real? They chopped it in half....
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Old Posted Aug 24, 2017, 12:32 PM
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^Wow is that real? They chopped it in half....
phase 1- they said from the start it will be 2 phases so it wont be 18 floors initially.
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Penn's site has a new rendering for this project. https://www.pennconnects.upenn.edu/f...ogy_images.php

This doesn't look like a building that says "I'm going to grow bigger one day".
I wonder if the long term plans have changed. But HUP will always need office and back office space-------
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This doesn't look like a building that says "I'm going to grow bigger one day".
I wonder if the long term plans have changed. But HUP will always need office and back office space-------
The CDR presentation had all this info outlined.
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This has always been a two phased project. Phase 1 is the first 8 floors. Phase 2 is the remaining 10 floors. Nothing has changed, and they have not chopped the building in half.
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This is now visible from the expressway.
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Nice photo!!!
Tower crane gets mounted on that steel assembly, at the right end.......
Pretty soon!!!!!!
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Nice photo!!!
Tower crane gets mounted on that steel assembly, at the right end.......
Pretty soon!!!!!!
Superb!
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This has always been a two phased project. Phase 1 is the first 8 floors. Phase 2 is the remaining 10 floors. Nothing has changed, and they have not chopped the building in half.
Last time Penn Medicine went multi-phase on a building, we got this frankenmashup. I certainly hope we don't get another one of these.
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