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Old Posted Aug 22, 2012, 6:46 AM
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PHILADELPHIA | 735 S. Columbus | 180 FT | 15 FLOORS



Ensemble Real Estate has proposed a 15 floor 180 foot structure at 735 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd on Pier 34-35 on the Delaware River that will include 209 residential units and a 209 spot parking garage in the rear of the building.

Title: 735 S. Columbus
Project: 209 residential apartments, 209 parking spots, pedestrian boardwalk
Architect: CopeLinder Architects
Developer: Ensemble Real Estate
Location: 735 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA
Floors: 15
Height: 180 ft







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http://phillyshark.blogspot.com/

http://planphilly.com/planning-commi...ng-public-retu

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Old Posted Sep 19, 2012, 1:59 AM
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This has been approved by the Planning Commission

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A plan of development for a 209-unit residential development at Piers 34 and 35 was approved by the Philadelphia City Planning Commission Tuesday, after the developer amended the plan with an expanded public walkway to the riverfront and larger space for ground-level retail.
http://planphilly.com/public-path-ri...iers-34-and-35
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Slightly updated renderings from Cope Linder. Not sure if this project is still happening.








http://www.cope-linder.com/project/c...-multifamily/5
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Never even heard of this one. Very little that is proposed by the river ever seems to happen. 1 Water St being the exception of course.
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3-bedroom units! How novel. I wonder what demographic research shows for that part of town that would have them deviate from the "norm".
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3-bedroom units! How novel. I wonder what demographic research shows for that part of town that would have them deviate from the "norm".
The waterfront has attracted an older, more "suburban" clientele so it would make sense that they would include 3 bedroom units.
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3-bedroom units! How novel. I wonder what demographic research shows for that part of town that would have them deviate from the "norm".
I think it's becoming the "new norm." Or a portion of the new norm. 2400 Market too. Also the renovation of the Atlantic building at Broad and Spruce.

http://1401spruce.com/

See floorplan and gallery. Allegedly due for comletion around September. With more boomers and older people with money funneling into the city, the city and developers wants to appeal to a demographic that wants to avail themselves of city living but has gotten used to a lot of space. Both owners and renters.
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