Originally Posted by Cro Burnham
Maybe when they demolish some of the existing historic buildings that currently line the street in the CBD. Where would you suggest?
I assume you have been to Broad Street? Your question seems to indicate otherwise.
I would compliment S. Broad Street with Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan with it's classical towers lining the avenue.
I would love to see something awe inspiring.
Philly just seems like there is only one designated skyscraper strip.
I am in favor of further development across the river near the Post Office.
The Cira Centre looks like a step in the right direction for the city.
I also champion the ideas of towers along the east side with the St. James leading the way.
Other promising areas I would love to see further development on are Spring Garden Street area, more mixed-use on Walnut/Locust Streets would be splended.
You could stretch further south towards South Street and space the high rise towers enough to offer views from every window.
Penn's Landing has potential along the Delaware while we await the Trump Tower for approval.
There is so much potential, I am more than certain that Mayor Nutter would be more than eager to support this agenda. He is a man of vision.