Originally Posted by Flyers2001
Without a doubt I agree that the surrounding neighborhood is not "there." That was my point, this project is large enough and has enough components were it would create its own neighborhood.
The similarities to Waterfront Sq stops at, "its on the river", unless this is marketed as luxury condo's like Water Front Sq was. If all they are offering is luxury it has no chance to survive.
Maybe I missed something, but they typically don't build 200-400 ft towers with less than high end rents/condos in mind.
Yes, they are looking to make it more mixed, but like Waterfront Square, it's main draw is that it's on the Delaware, it's main drawback is that it's stuck in it's own bubble.
To create it's own neighborhood is a tough ask, especially if this is going to be built in phases. I hope they can do it, I'm just not holding my breath.