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Old Posted Jun 8, 2021, 4:23 PM
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PHILADELPHIA | 418 Spring Garden Street | 151 FT | 12 FLOORS

pHiLaDelPHia Is ShRiNkInG

Title: 418 Spring Garden Street
Project: Residential/Ground floor retail
Architect: SCB
Developer: Southern Land Co.
Location: 418 E Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA
District: Center City
Neighborhood: SoNo (Southern Northern Liberties)
Floors: 12 Floors
Height: 151 Feet




12-story, 329-Unit Building Planned at 5th and Spring Garden

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The stretch of Spring Garden Street on the south side of Northern Liberties is receiving a massive amount of attention from the development community. We recently told you about a 14-story, 355-unit building that is being planned at the corner of 2nd and Spring Garden. Back in February of 2020, we also told you about a 12-story, 382-unit plan on the northwest corner of 5th and Spring Garden. Ground should be broken on that project, which will include an Amazon grocery store, within the next few months.
Let’s add the southeast corner of 5th and Spring Garden to the mix. Southern Land Company, the developer behind The Laurel condo tower that is under construction on Rittenhouse Square and the 298-unit tower plan at 1620 Sansom Street, is planning a 12-story, 137 foot tall building with 329 residential units, 87 car parking spaces, 111 bicycle stalls, and roughly 15,000 square feet of commercial space at 418 Spring Garden Street.

The 66,498 square foot, CMX-3 zoned site, which sits within the East Callowhill Overlay District, currently holds a low-rise structure that is the home of Northeast Treatment Centers and a surface parking lot. The development team is using commercial space and stormwater management bonuses in order to attain additional height above the 65 foot limit.
http://www.rising.realestate/12-stor...spring-garden/
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Spring Garden Greenway when
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Looks great! Build it!
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Spring Garden Greenway when
I actually think that pretty soon, there will be a very valid argument for running a subway up the whole length of Spring Garden.
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Spring Garden Greenway when
A Philly Voice article earlier this year said several years out still, but the executive summary for the most recent public engagement can be found here: https://www.phila.gov/media/20210210...n-20210208.pdf

Nothing too detailed but it does provide some insight into what the bike lane configuration will likely be (far outside of the road, with parking between the bike lane and car traffic).
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bike lane configuration will likely be far outside of the road, with parking between the bike lane and car traffic.
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Southern Land Co. joins NoLibs development frenzy with new $200M mixed-use project

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It's Southern Land Company ?!??!

Holy Cow. This stuff is gonna get built so quickly.

I CANT WAIT
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It's Southern Land Company ?!??!

Holy Cow. This stuff is gonna get built so quickly.

I CANT WAIT
Yep. Those guys know how to build 'em. Super pumped for this one.
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Southern has good taste and money. Glad they picked Philly to develop their projects! Hope they continue developing in our growing city.
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Yep. Those guys know how to build 'em. Super pumped for this one.
Northern Liberties is going to have 5+ cranes in the air before we know it.
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Full Look At Developments In “SoNo” – Philadelphia’s Future Development Hotbed

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Full Look At Developments In “SoNo” – Philadelphia’s Future Development Hotbed

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How is it that we haven't seen a 4th Waterfront Square Building yet?

The ownership of that parcel must be super wonky.
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To the mech penthouse, this is 151’.
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To the mech penthouse, this is 151’.
Is that above sea level or official height? I didn't have a chance to look at it too thoroughly.
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Is that above sea level or official height? I didn't have a chance to look at it too thoroughly.
Official height.
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This looks great. The Callowhill one, too! Spring Garden East is really killing it.
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What an excellent Center City-adjacent area for development, the next direction for the core to stretch.

I don't know how I feel about "SoNo" though.. How about SoNoLiPh?
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