PhiLaw already posted this^^^ in the Dev. Thread.. thought I'd add to it here.
Also, developer states 11 ft high ceilings. 26 floors x 11 ft = 286ft.
But there's the lobby and the mechanical stuff on top ... so guessing maybe 325ft ish?
There was a little debate a few months back (see above) - if it will be taller than Penn Mutual Tower at 375 ft. I'm guessing - probably not.
However, I don't care here - whether it's 325 or 400ft etc.... This is great news, and that tower looks sleek as hell.
Ground breaking should be early 2015 definitely, since the target opening date is Spring 2017. Very cool.