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Old Posted Jan 22, 2018, 12:34 AM
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As the article directly states, there will be 5,000 sq ft fronting Columbus as part of the amenity space.
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Yes indeed! I hope some of the retail on Columbus between Race St and here gets a bit of a boost as well.
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as a New Yorker, SKOL!
As a Philadelphian, I hope Shurmur and Eli can snag that elusive 4th win next year.
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As a Philadelphian, I hope Shurmur and Eli can snag that elusive 4th win next year.
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22-story tower proposed for Delaware River waterfront





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Towers on stilts always make me nervous.
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The more I look at it, the more I notice the resemblance to The Bridge, which was recently completed.
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^ There's a bit of the Radian in it too.
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Old Posted Jan 23, 2018, 4:59 PM
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I see a litte of the Bridge on Race (205 Race St) with the cut out and support pillars and angular shape. The orientation of this building optimizes the waterviews for what looks like at least half of the apartments. Hope this gets built.
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It will be a distinctive landmark along the waterfront. I like how the dealt with the water's edge. Almost attempting a "nature-scape". I like that it is on stilts and still has retail. Good job for a pretty horrible site.
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[QUOTE=summersm343;8056814]22-story tower proposed for Delaware River waterfront





I very much like the public access areas on this plan. I do wish they'd find a way to have something other then a flat roof, it looks so boring.

I'm still confused why there are height limits in such a open area. If I remember a big aspect of the gov't planning for this part of the Delaware river front is to limit the size of new development projects so that development is spread over a wider area.

But if this private market developer wants to build 35 floors tall and have 350 units and take all the risks, what do I care. I care much more about the overall design and the details and the public access and having retail on site then how tall the building is. I wouldn't mind seeing this building be another 10 floors taller.
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I'm still confused why there are height limits in such a open area. If I remember a big aspect of the gov't planning for this part of the Delaware river front is to limit the size of new development projects so that development is spread over a wider area.
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I very much like the public access areas on this plan.
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I care much more about the overall design and the details and the public access and having retail on site
I believe the public access and retail are both zoning incentives that allow them to build above the 100 ft limit, so without that limit in place, you likely wouldn't get those elements with this project.
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^^ Can we get the extended South Street 95 pedestrian bridge run into this
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^^ Can we get the extended South Street 95 pedestrian bridge run into this
A little too far south for that.
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Apartment Building and Public Space Planned For Columbus Boulevard

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