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PHILADELPHIA | Highrise Development Thread IX

To view the previous thread, Philly VIII, click here.
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As of November 18, 2013

Philadelphia: Highrise Development Thread IX
Development News for the City of Philadelphia

Center City skyline viewed from University City

_35_0775 by Amanda Nguyen, on Flickr

Here is the full rundown of the many of the larger current and proposed projects in the city of Philadelphia, PA over 12 floors.

For any projects under 12 floors, please visit the Lowrise/General Developments thread here: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=160247

For any projects within the surrounding Delaware Valley Suburbs or Satellite cities, please visit the Metro Development Thread here: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=72398


The information contained herein is constantly updated with the input, investigation and outpouring of time and effort of the many SkyscraperPage forumers from Philadelphia and its suburbs as well as contributions from interested forumers from outside the region.

All photographs appearing here are the property of their creator and are not to be used without the express consent of or conspicuous accreditation to their creator. All renderings and diagrams are property of their creator and are used with accreditation when possible.

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COMPLETED SINCE 2013
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Code:
Evo at Cira Centre South
Architect: Erdy McHenry & Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust and Campus Crest Communities
Floors: 33
Height: 430 feet 

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2116 CHESTNUT
Architect: Hartshorne Plunkard
Developer: The John Buck Company
Floors: 34
Height: 379 feet 

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1919 Market
Architect: Barton Partners
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust
Floors: 28
Height: 337 feet 

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3601 Market
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Southern Land Company
Floors: 28
Height: 320 feet 

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MORGAN HALL
Architect: MGA Partners
Developer: Temple University
Floors: 27
Height: 312 feet

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Penn Medicine South Tower
Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects
Developer: Penn Medicine
Floors: 19
Height: 302 feet

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Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care
Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli
Developer: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Floors: 14
Height: 292 feet

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The Summit
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
Developer: Drexel University and American Campus Communities
Floors: 25
Height: 279 feet

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3737 Chestnut
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Radnor Property Group
Floors: 25
Height: 278 feet

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Philadelphia Family Court Building
Architect: Ewing Cole
Developer: City of Philadelphia
Floors: 15
Height: 265 feet

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PENN MEDICINE AT WASHINGTON SQUARE
Architect: Ballinger
Developer: Penn Medicine/ Liberty Property Trust
Floors: 18
Height: 260 feet

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3737 Market
Architect: ZGF Architects
Developer: University City Science Center & Wexford Science and Technology
Floors: 13
Height: 221 feet

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CHESTNUT SQUARE
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
Developer: Drexel University/ American Campus Communities
Floors: 19
Height: 210 feet

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One Water Street
Architect: Varenhorst
Developer: PMC Property Group
Floors: 16

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The View at Montgomery
Architect: Wallace, Roberts & Todd
Developer: Goldenberg Group
Floors: 14

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1900 Arch
Architect: Varenhorst
Developer: PMC Property Group
Floors: 14

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DREXEL UNIVERSITY LEBOW HALL
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
Developer: Drexel University
Floors: 13

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2040 MARKET
Architect: Varenhorst
Developer: PMC Property Group
Floors: 13

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AQ Rittenhouse
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Aquinas Realty Partners
Floors: 12

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION
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Code:
Comcast Innovation & Technology Center
Architect: Norman Foster
Developer: Liberty Property Trust
Floors: 60
Height: 1,121 feet 

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Official Building Thread:
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FMC Tower at Cira Centre South
Architect: Cesar Pelli
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust
Floors: 49
Height: 736 feet 

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Official Building Thread:
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W Hotel & Element by Westin
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: Chestlen Development/Starwood Hotels
Floors: 51
Height: 582 feet 

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500 Walnut
Architect: Cecil Baker and Associates
Developer: Scannapieco
Floors: 26
Height: 380 feet 

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Roberts Center for Pediatric Research
Architect: Ballinger
Developer: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Floors: 23
Height: 375 feet 

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The Alexander
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
Developer: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Floors: 32
Height: 370 feet 

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1213 Walnut
Architect: Design Collective
Developer: Hines and Goldenberg Group
Floors: 26
Height: 294 feet 

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1199 Ludlow - East Market Tower II
Architect: BLTa
Developer: SSH Real Estate and NREA Development
Floors: 24
Height: 284 feet

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One Riverside
Architect: Cecil Baker and Associates
Developer: Dranoff Properties
Floors: 22
Height: 260 feet 

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Official Building Thread:
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The Ludlow - East Market Tower I
Architect: BLTa
Developer: SSH Real Estate and NREA Development
Floors: 21
Height: 248 feet 

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Vue32
Architect: Erdy McHenry
Developer: Radnor Property Group
Floors: 17
Height: 206 feet 

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Official Building Thread:
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Cambria Hotel
Architect: DAS Architects
Developer: Pearl Properties
Floors: 15
Height: 200 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

The Bridge
Architect: Gluck + Partners
Developer: Brown Hill Development
Floors: 17

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Museum Towers II
Architect: Perkins Eastman
Developer: Forest City
Floors: 16

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

The Beacon
Architect: DAS Architects
Developer: Pearl Properties
Floors: 14

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

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SITE PREPARATION
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Code:
SLS Lux Hotel & Residences (On Hold)
Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox
Developer: Dranoff Properties
Floors: 45
Height: 566 feet

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1900 Chestnut
Architect: Cecil Baker and Associates
Developer: Pearl Properties
Floors: 32
Height: 406 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Penn Medicine New Patient Pavilion
Architect: Norman Foster
Developer: Penn Medicine
Floors: 16
Height: 357 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

3675 Market
Architect: ZGF Architects
Developer: University City Science Center and Wexford Science & Technology
Floors: 15
Height: 241 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

1300 Fairmount
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: RAL Development
Floors: 21
Height: 238 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

AC Hotel by Marriott
Architect: Spg3
Developer: Baywood Hotels
Floors: 14

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

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APPROVED/ PROPOSED
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30th Street Station District - 19 towers
Architect: SOM
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust, Drexel University, Amtrak
Floors: 85, 47, 45, 40, 40, 38, 30, 27, 25, 25, 22
20, 20, 20, 19, 17, 15, 14, 12
Height: 1,200, 705, 670, 605, 590, 570, 435, 405, 380, 375
330, 320, 315, 305, 295, 255, 225, 210, 180

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Schuylkill Yards - 8 towers
Architect: ShoP
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust and Drexel University
Floors: 70, 48, 42, 36, 30, 28, 28, 31
Height: 1,095, 725, 515, 435, 425, 385, 380, 375

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Official Building Thread:
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1911 Walnut
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Developer: Southern Land Company
Floors: 50
Height: 620 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Cathedral Campus Plan - 2 towers
Architect: Sitio Architecture
Developer: Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Floors: 44, 33
Height: 508, 381 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=225593

2100 Market
Architect: NBBJ Architects
Developer: Brandywine Realty Trust
Floors: 39
Height: 500 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Mellon Independence Center Tower
Architect: Stantec Architecture
Developer: Brickstone Realty
Floors: 34
Height: 429 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Liberty on the River - 10 towers
Architect: Barton Partners
Developer: K4 LLC
Floors: 34, 34, 23, 23, 23, 23, 23, 22, 22, 22
Height: 428, 428, 290, 290, 285, 285, 285, 260, 260, 250 feet

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Official Building Thread:
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1001 S. Broad
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: Tower Investements
Floors: 34
Height: 426 feet

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709 Chestnut
Architect: HLW International
Developer: Roseland and Parkway Corp.
Floors: 32
Height: 380 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

River Walk - 2 towers
Architect: Gensler
Developer: PMC Property Group 
Floors: 32, 28
Height: 365, 320 feet

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Official Building Thread:
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4th + Callowhill - 2 towers
Architect: Cecil Baker & Partners
Developer: Mark Rubin
Floors: 27, 24
Height: 342, 304 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=225061

3800 Market - 2 towers
Architect: ZGF Architects
Developer: University City Science Center and Wexford Science & Technology 
Floors: 19, 12
Height: 323, 204 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

uCity Square - 4 towers
Architect: ZGF Architects
Developer: University City Science Center and Wexford Science & Technology 
Floors: 27, 15, 13, 12
Height: 308, 255, 221, 204 feet

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Official Building Thread:
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3400 Market
Architect: ZGF Architects
Developer: University City Science Center and Wexford Science & Technology 
Floors: 18
Height: 306 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Sugarhouse Casino Hotel Towers - 2 towers
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: HSP Gaming
Floors: 25, 25
Height: 300, 300 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Hyde Hotel & Residences
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Dranoff Properties
Floors: 23
Height: 292 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Renaissance Plaza - 4 towers
Architect: Alesker and Dundon Architects
Developer: Water Renaissance Associates
Floors: 29, 29, 19, 19
Height: 292, 292, 195, 195 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Residences at Schmidt's - 2 towers
Architect: Erdy McHenry
Developer: Tower Investments
Floors: 25, 15
Height: 285, 170 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

740 S. Broad
Architect: Coscia Moos Architecture
Developer: Beverly Strategic Development Group
Floors: 22
Height: 270 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Penn Medicine Center for Healthcare Technology
Architect: Perkins + Will
Developer: Penn Medicine
Floors: 18
Height: 266 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Edgewater II
Architect: Design Collective
Developer: Realan Properties
Floors: 22
Height: 260 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Live! Hotel & Casino
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Cordish Company
Floors: 18
Height: 257 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia\

2012 Chestnut
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: Alterra Property Group
Floors: 20
Height: 253 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=225494

Chinatown Eastern Tower Community Center
Architect: Studio Agoos Lovera
Developer: PCDC and JNA Capital
Floors: 21
Height: 252 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

1201 Vine
Architect: Ambit Inc.
Developer: James and Micheline DeBerardine
Floors: 16
Height: 221 feet

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Official Building Thread:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...t=Philadelphia

Dilworth House Condominiums
Architect: VSBA Architects
Developer: Turchi Properties
Floors: 16
Height: 219 feet

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1324 N. Broad
Architect: Cecil Baker & Partners
Developer: 1234 N. Broad, LLC
Floors: 17
Height: 215 feet

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1528 Cherry
Architect: Ambit Inc.
Developer: Turchi Properties
Floors: 17

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735 S. Columbus
Architect: Cope Linder
Developer: Ensemble Real Estate
Floors: 15

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Hyatt Centric
Architect: DAS Architects
Developer: Chancellor Hotels Associates
Floors: 13

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Official Building Thread:
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1500 Hamilton - 2 towers
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Radnor Property Group and the Community College of Philadelphia
Floors: 12, 12

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Old Posted Nov 19, 2013, 11:53 PM
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Nice one mate.

Here's to hoping this thread starts off with a bang!
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Perfect timing, a new thread for a new era for philly! Great job!
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Here's hoping that this thread see quite a few historic skyscrapers projects in Philly over the next few years.

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I am super excited for this new thread may there be construction !!
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Awesome job Summersm. Love the view from West Philly. Yes, let's hope this thread starts off with a bang with the Comcast Tower, 1441 Chestnut, and the other LPT Tower is rumored to be building on that lot at 18th & Arch!!!
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Miesian, you'll find your 10k post present on the old thread, which has now been archived.

Here's hoping this thread is as busy as the old one!
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Love the new thread!!

In reversal house passes transportation bill

I knew they would do it but I thought it would take an emergency session in late December to do it. This is good news for Philadelphia.
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Miesian, you'll find your 10k post present on the old thread, which has now been archived.
Dang, that cookie's big enough to share with the rest of us!

[Hint, hint. ]
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Well done, summersm. Any way we can get a "philadelphia" tag for the thread?
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Good job Summer. Nice intro pic
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Thanks everyone! It took a lot longer then I though it would.

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Love the new thread!!

In reversal house passes transportation bill

I knew they would do it but I thought it would take an emergency session in late December to do it. This is good news for Philadelphia.
Great news! Finally more funding for SEPTA..
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Miesian, you'll find your 10k post present on the old thread, which has now been archived.

Here's hoping this thread is as busy as the old one!
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For a bit of nostalgia, definitely take a look at the rundown (page 1) from Philly VIII.

The good - CC and RATR just completed, finishing touches on 10 Rit and construction in full swing at Waterfront Sq, 1706, and 777 South Broad.

The bad - lots of "approved" and "proposed" projects never completed, including the American Commerce Tower, a beautiful plan for the Boyd, Dilworth House, and a nice tower on 5th and Walnut among others.

The ugly - Sugarhouse Hotel and Casino, LOL! Nice renderings but the "Hotel and Casino" ended up just being a low end slots barn.

Here's to the next 10,000 posts, may they be filled with lots of great news
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1,350 rental apartments, two gyms approved for Philly waterfront

Great news!

What I don't like:
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Thompson noted that DRWC had some concerns about the viability of so much retail – about 70,000 square feet - but that changes have been made to make it more visible. DRWC has also made signage suggestions to draw people in, she said, and is suggesting a wider sidewalk with cafe seating.
Concern noted. Now quit stalling on other projects and stop requiring developers scale down their proposals. The end game should be to get as many people to live on the Waterfront as possible. Once that happens, retail will be viable.
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Awesome job Summer! Looks great!
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So today is the big day. (I think.) When does the comcast celebration conference begin?
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1,350 rental apartments, two gyms approved for Philly waterfront

Great news!

What I don't like:

Concern noted. Now quit stalling on other projects and stop requiring developers scale down their proposals. The end game should be to get as many people to live on the Waterfront as possible. Once that happens, retail will be viable.
Carl Marks seriously needs to consider a name change
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Carl Marks seriously needs to consider a name change
To Karl Marx?
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There is a Zoning Board hearing today (Nov. 20th at 12 noon at 1515 Arch Street, 18th floor) to discuss Dranoff's highrise project, one riverside near 25th and Locust. If you have an opinion, let it be heard and show up.

Sorry for the late notice
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