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Old Posted Mar 13, 2016, 2:53 AM
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Looks like this will be called View32

http://radnorproperty.com/view32/
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Old Posted Mar 13, 2016, 2:56 AM
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Walked by the other day and the parking lot now appears emptied and locked up. I'll check again today.
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Developers Break Ground on 16-Story View32 Tower

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Local developer Radnor Property Group has secured construction financing and broken ground on its $55 million project View32, a 16-story residential tower in University City.

"We closed on construction financing two weeks ago, and construction fencing has been installed at this point," David Yeager of Radnor Property Group tells Curbed Philly. "Next week you should see some earth movement."

Radnor secured $53.43 million in construction financing for the high-rise residential building at 3201 Race Street, which will include 164 1- and 2-bedroom apartments and and a child-care center on the first two levels. Designed by Erdy McHenry Architecture, the firm behind EVO at Cira Centre South and Edge at Avenue North, View32 will be catered to the educators and medical professionals in University City.

Plenty of amenities are planned for View32, including a community plaza and gourmet kitchen, parking, a fitness center, game room, library, and a rooftop deck.

Yeager says the project will be built in three phases, delivering about five floors per phase. "The completion date will be in about 18 months, so May or June 2017," he says.

Also linked to the project are 12 townhouses. Yeager says construction on these will occur after the tower is complete.

When complete in 2017, View32 will be just a block from the site of Schuylkill Yards, Drexel University's $3.5 billion innovation neighborhood. Yeager says that while his project is separate from Schuylkill Yards, he's looking forward to being adjacent to the new neighborhood. "It's exciting news for us, too."
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Developers Break Ground on 16-Story View32 Tower



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Also, with this project, projects from Drexel, spillover revitalization from Powelton Village, Schuylkill Yards, and the 30th Street District Plan all coming together, I would invest HEAVILY in Mantua before the property values skyrocket if I had money.
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Also, with this project, projects from Drexel, spillover revitalization from Powelton Village, Schuylkill Yards, and the 30th Street District Plan all coming together, I would invest HEAVILY in Mantua before the property values skyrocket if I had money.
That ship set sail a few years ago!
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That ship set sail a few years ago!
Exactly.


For some reason the name of this project, view32, makes me think it should have 32 floors. I get that it is at 3201, but, idk.
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That ship set sail a few years ago!
Not really. Even at the areas that closely border Powelton, property remains comparatively cheap and values will increase further. Values a bit deeper into Mantua are likely to increase dramatically.
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4/18/16 - Demo and site prep update



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Ground breaking set for University City apartment complex

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Radnor Property Group is scheduled to officially break ground on its next University City project, a $55 million mixed-use development on Drexel University’s campus.

A formal ground breaking of the project called Vue32 is scheduled for May 11.

The 16-story, 175,000-square-foot mixed-use development tower will have 164 market-rate apartments and an early learning center that can accommodate 180 children. In addition, the development includes a community plaza, underground parking, and a fitness center, game room, library, communal gourmet kitchen and a rooftop deck.

Vue32 is scheduled to be completed by next spring.
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Philly.com on today's groundbreaking:

http://www.philly.com/philly/busines...y_project.html

I'll be interested to see the visual impact. I have a feeling that it will stand out, given its location.

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Philly.com on today's groundbreaking:

http://www.philly.com/philly/busines...y_project.html

I'll be interested to see the visual impact. I have a feeling that it will stand out, given it's location.
it will. especially from I-76 and the SRT. There will be great views from this building based on its location.
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Update on the groundbreaking from Naked Philly





http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-phill...king-for-vue32
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5/17/16

Rebar being installed already means this is under construction













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Radnor Property's David Yeager On Breaking Ground At New Development Vue32

Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/philadelphia/...nterview-60235
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Hard Hat Tour: The View From Vue32









Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/property/20...EpvrskzwpJO.99
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Core forms have been spotted!
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6/15/16 - tower crane base installed







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this crane and building will be highly visible from the highway and western CC.
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NEW BIRD IN THE SKY

THE CRANE IS BEING BORN TODAY, AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE WHOLE THING MIGHT BE FLYING BEFORE THE END OF THE DAY.

If the completed building is as visible as the crane, and it should be, then it will have quite a place in the western sky if not the skyline. I hope it turns out to be a winner, not just another box.
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