High-rise

CHOP Inpatient Tower. Credit: Ballinger

Updated Height, Plans, and Renderings Surface for CHOP’s Inpatient Tower in University City, West Philadelphia

In recent years, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been in the process of expanding its University City campus via a $3.4 billion development plan, a major part of which is the $1.9 billion Inpatient Tower (aka New Patient Tower) proposed at 515 Osler Circle. Recently, a Philly YIMBY contributor has shared a pair of new renderings for the project. The Inpatient Tower was designed by Ballinger, with ZGF Architects (which has previously teamed up with CHOP to design its Medical Behavioral Unit) as the consultant and interiors/clinical architects. In addition, we present a separate drawing set consisting of a floor plan and building section, which reveal an updated structural height and a detailed building program. The schematics show that the tower will rise 434 feet and 23 stories tall and will span a total of 1.318 square feet, making for a significant addition to West Philadelphia’s already impressive medical sector.

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12+Sansom at 123-27 South 12th Street. Rendering credit: Studios Architecture

Permits Issued for Foundation Work for 12+Sansom at 123-27 South 12th Street in Midtown Village, Center City

Permits have been issued for the construction of the foundation at 12+Sansom, a 240-foot-tall, 20-story residential high-rise under construction at 123 South 12th Street (alternately 123-27 South 12th Street) in Midtown Village, Center City. Designed by Studios Architecture and developed by Greystar Real Estate Partners, with BLT Architects as the architect of record and Clemens Construction Company as the contractor, the building will offer 399 rental units and 10,844 square feet of retail. The structure will rise from a 33,462-square-foot footprint and hold 370,860 square feet of floor space. The cost of foundation work is listed at $6 million, which amounts to nearly five percent of the previously listed total construction cost of $132.25 million.

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Riverwalk at 60 North 23rd Street. Credit: PMC Property Group

YIMBY Shares Rental Unit Layouts at Riverwalk at 60 North 23rd Street in Center City West

In a recent publication, Philadelphia YIMBY shared an overview of Riverwalk, also known as Riverwalk Philly, a mixed-use development at 60 North 23rd Street in Center City West (alternately Logan Square). Designed by Gensler and developed and built by the PMC Property Group, the project consists of two towers that will hold a total of 711 rental units. The 315-foot-tall, 28-story, 331-unit Riverwalk North is already open for residents, while the slightly larger, 362-foot-tall, 32-story, 380-unit Riverwalk South is still under construction. In the earlier article, we presented an overview of the development and its amenities. Today, we take an in-depth look at the residences and share a comprehensive catalog of unit layouts.

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Rendering of Broad + Pine. Credit: MY Arch.

YIMBY Shares New Renderings for Broad + Pine in Washington Square West, Center City

Last month, YIMBY shared images of the updated, scaled-down design for Broad + Pine, a high-rise development proposed at 337-41 South Broad Street (alternately 337 South Broad Street) in Washington Square WestCenter City. Designed by My Arch and developed by Dranoff Properties, the tower will rise 15 stories tall and hold 145,220 square feet of space, with ground-floor commercial space and 91 residential units, as well as an 11,995-square-foot parking with space for 18 cars. Today we share more renderings for the proposed structure.

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Arthaus from Pine Street. Photo by Thomas Koloski

Cladding Nearly Complete at Arthaus in Washington Square West, Center City

The exterior is nearly complete at Arthaus at 311 South Broad Street, one of the tallest condominium buildings in Philadelphia. The new skyscraper, located in the Washington Square West neighborhood of Center City, rises to a height of 542 feet and 47 stories. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and developed by Dranoff Properties, the tower will feature 108 condo units and already makes a dramatic impact on the Philadelphia skyline, as it it situated in a prominent location close to various landmarks along Broad Street.

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