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City Wide Feb 12, 2021 4:56 PM

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Originally Posted by bigfish (Post 9188088)
Why are we still reposting Philly Yimby updates? Isn't this "update" the same consolidation that Mcgrath posted on November 30th?


This might happen because someone reads Philly YIMBY and doesn't realize the info stated in that little rag is dated. So, thinking that its new and exciting info, passes it on to this forum.

I wish at the top of each page could be a small 'status' box where the various small pre-construction steps could be noted and updated as needed.

Human Scale Mar 19, 2021 8:16 AM

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mcgrath618 Apr 11, 2021 5:52 PM

PERMIT NUMBER: CP-2020-006042
BUILDING


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Work Description
FOR THE ERECTION OF A NEW, FORTY-NINE (49) STORY, HIGH-RISE STRUCTURE, WITHIN AND ABOVE EXISTING FOUR (4) STORY ATTACHED STRUCTURES ACROSS MULTIPLE PROPERTIES JOINED AS PART OF A UNITY-OF-USE AGREEMENT, WITH EXISTING FACADES ON S 19TH STREET TO REMAIN, TO BE USED AS GROUPS A-3/R-2/S-1/U (LOBBY & ACCESSORY STORAGE AT 1ST FLOOR, RESIDENTIAL AT 5TH THROUGH 48TH FLOORS, RESIDENTIAL AMENITY SPACE AT 4TH FLOOR, AND MECHANICAL SPACES AT 2ND/27TH FLOORS & ROOF PENTHOUSE), WITH VACANT TENANT SPACES AT 1ST-3RD & 49TH FLOORS (SEPARATE USE REGISTRATION PERMIT AND FIT-OUT/CO PERMITS REQUIRED PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY OF THOSE SPACES), AS PER PLANS; SEPARATE PERMITS REQUIRED FOR ALL MEP/FSP WORK; SPRINKLERS TO BE INSTALLED THROUGHOUT AS PER NFPA 13 AND STANDPIPES W/IN EXIT STAIRWAYS AS PER NFPA 14, WITH SPRINKLER HEADS IN WINDOW OPENINGS UP THROUGH THE FIFTH FLOOR LEVEL ON ALL FACADES AS PER BBS VARIANCE GRANTED UNDER MI-2020-001974; INCLUDES UNDERPINNING OF 121 S 19TH STREET (NOTIFICATION REQUIRED W/IN TEN (10) DAYS PRIOR TO START OF WORK), AND PARTY WALLS BETWEEN PROPERTIES AS PART OF UNITY-OF-USE AGREEMENT; SEE ZP-2020-002127 FOR ZONING/USE APPROVAL.
Status
ISSUED
Contractor Information
WELLCRAFT CONSTRUCTION CO INC
WELLCRAFT CONSTRUCTION CO INC 619 HAMPTON AVENUE SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966 USA


https://li.phila.gov/#details?entity...0S%2019TH%20ST

brenster Apr 11, 2021 7:25 PM

Wow, shocked. This one came out of nowhere too.

Love the height, love the massing.

Man, imagine when Laurel and this are completed.

PHLtoNYC Apr 11, 2021 8:08 PM

Wow, this is actually happening. Very exciting to see potentially 3 towers within close proximity going up at once, or almost at once.

summersm343 Apr 12, 2021 2:31 PM

Hell yeah! Pearl Properties gets stuff done. Build it! :cheers:

summersm343 Apr 12, 2021 4:37 PM

Permits Issued For 49-Story, 183-Unit Tower At 113 South 19th Street

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Read/view more here:
https://phillyyimby.com/2021/04/perm...nter-city.html

Marcos Apr 12, 2021 11:29 PM

wow what a great looking building, this is really getting exciting.

mcgrath618 Jun 9, 2021 3:00 PM

New permit on the 12 of May :D
ZONING PERMIT
ZP-2021-002518

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NEW CONSTRUCTION, ADDITION, GFA CHANGE
FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION (ADDITION) OF AN ATTACHED BUILDING WITH RESIDENTIAL ROOF DECK AT THE 5TH AND 57TH FLOORS,
113 S. 19TH ST., 115-117 S. 19TH ST., 119 S. 19TH ST., 121 S. 19TH ST., 1822 CHESNUT ST., AND 1824 CHESNUT ST. PURSUANT TO A UNITY OF USE AGREEMENT AND UTILIZATION OF MIXED INCOME BONUS.
SIZE AND LOCATION PER APPROVED PLAN. NO SIGNS ON THIS APPLICATION.

thoughtcriminal Jun 9, 2021 6:33 PM

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Originally Posted by mcgrath618 (Post 9306433)
New permit on the 12 of May :D
ZONING PERMIT
ZP-2021-002518

57th floor roof deck? did the height increase or is this a typo?

mcgrath618 Jun 9, 2021 6:41 PM

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Originally Posted by thoughtcriminal (Post 9306711)
57th floor roof deck? did the height increase or is this a typo?

Didn’t catch that. It isn’t a typo.

Could this tower hit 600?

Plokoon11 Jun 9, 2021 8:04 PM

Hmm, that would be great!

thoughtcriminal Jun 9, 2021 8:15 PM

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Originally Posted by mcgrath618 (Post 9306723)
Didn’t catch that. It isn’t a typo.

Could this tower hit 600?

if it hits 57 floors, at the same floor to floor height, that comes to just about 660 feet.

arkitect13 Jun 10, 2021 3:17 AM

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Originally Posted by thoughtcriminal (Post 9306850)
if it hits 57 floors, at the same floor to floor height, that comes to just about 660 feet.

That would be amazing! Thought im cautiously optimistic that could happen. 660ft... that would be a sight to see

City Wide Jun 10, 2021 12:41 PM

At any height around what they are talking about would be great.
There might be some cheating going on with how the floors are numbered.

thoughtcriminal Jun 10, 2021 1:36 PM

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Originally Posted by City Wide (Post 9307483)
At any height around what they are talking about would be great.
There might be some cheating going on with how the floors are numbered.

there could be cheating, although I doubt it would come across in a zoning document. the zoning board would count the actual number of floors so they had an accurate idea of where those features occur.
developers can get cute and cheat their tenants with the way they enumerate the floors, but I don't think they'd get away with it in a legal document.

660 feet would put it 35 feet higher than the Blue Cross building.

mcgrath618 Jun 10, 2021 1:40 PM

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Originally Posted by thoughtcriminal (Post 9307526)
there could be cheating, although I doubt it would come across in a zoning document. the zoning board would count the actual number of floors so they had an accurate idea of where those features occur.
developers can get cute and cheat their tenants with the way they enumerate the floors, but I don't think they'd get away with it in a legal document.

660 feet would put it 35 feet higher than the Blue Cross building.

And, I think more to the developers intentions, 60 feet higher than the Laurel when completed.

JohnIII Jun 10, 2021 2:27 PM

This is smashing; quite.

This is a significant increase in floors and height; it seems to reflect positive energy for the city market.

Plokoon11 Jun 10, 2021 2:47 PM

Someone should mock up what it would look like at that height.

SEFTA Jun 10, 2021 10:00 PM

This shows it at 660'
This is quite a jump.
Very impressive if this is true.
I hope so.

Proposals shown in red;
-115 S 19th Street
-1826 Chestnut Street
-1810 Chestnut Street
-2012 Chestnut Street

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/...7f0af972_b.jpgPhiladelphia -115 S 19th Street 6-10-21 -1826 Chestnut Street -1810 Chestnut Street -2012 Chestnut Street

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/...bcb13c2d_b.jpgPhiladelphia -115 S 19th Street 6-10-21 -1826 Chestnut Street -1810 Chestnut Street -2012 Chestnut Street 3


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