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Old Posted May 25, 2021, 11:54 AM
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PHILADELPHIA | 200 Spring Garden Street | 167 FT | 14 FLOORS

SoNo? Northern Liberties? Callowhill? Center City??????

Title: 200 Spring Garden
Project: Residential/Ground floor retail
Architect: Handel Architects
Developer: National Land Development
Location: 200 E Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA
District: Center City
Neighborhood: SoNo (Southern Northern Liberties)
Floors: 14 Floors
Height: 167 Feet




OP will be updated as this project advances. CDR Submission is expected for July.
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This is too nice to face 95. There is enough room on the other side of 2nd to fit a building. Either the city should approach National or vice versa (if they haven't already).

I thought "SoNo" was a joke, but I guess people are taking it seriously.
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Looks amazing! Build it!!
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This is too nice to face 95. There is enough room on the other side of 2nd to fit a building. Either the city should approach National or vice versa (if they haven't already).

I thought "SoNo" was a joke, but I guess people are taking it seriously.
The other side of 2nd Street (the grass and fencing) that abuts I-95 is owned by PennDot. I would suggest the city get together with PennDot to make this entire stretch down along 2nd Street here a park/green space with nicer landscaped areas, benches, and more.
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Two-Towered Development Planned At 200 Spring Garden Street And 412 North 2nd Street

200 Spring Garden rendering:


200 Spring Garden current site:


https://phillyyimby.com/2021/05/two-...liberties.html
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Renderings Make Expected Southern Northern Liberties Projects Feel More Real

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http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-phill...ects-feel-real
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Posted this in the highrise thread but here's a rendering of the building entrance I hadn't seen before.



From this bizjournal article.
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Posted this in the highrise thread but here's a rendering of the building entrance I hadn't seen before.



From this bizjournal article.
The building is essential V shaped. Most of the massing is along Spring Garden & 2nd and the back slash SW portion of the lot is essentially open to the sky

It's not nearly as huge as it looks. A lot of the lot is open which is good for the proposed pedestrian path.
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Looks superb!
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Looks superb!
The idea here is that the pedestrian path you see on the right here (in the Spring Garden proposal) would connect to American Street below it all the way to the "woonerf" in the Adjmi proposal.

It does look great.
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The idea here is that the pedestrian path you see on the right here (in the Spring Garden proposal) would connect to American Street below it all the way to the "woonerf" in the Adjmi proposal.

It does look great.
Brilliant idea honestly. Very excited to see how this plays out.
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14-Story, 355-Unit Building Planned at 2nd and Spring Garden



















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This building looks great but I think I would have made a single tulip shaped super column instead of that business there.
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Can someone build a grassy knoll over i95, please? ūüėā. Love these proposals but would hate living next to i95 and the El
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The idea here is that the pedestrian path you see on the right here (in the Spring Garden proposal) would connect to American Street below it all the way to the "woonerf" in the Adjmi proposal.

It does look great.
Adjmi proposal? Im not sure what that is, can someone enlighten me?
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CONDITIONAL APPROVAL FOR THE DEMOLITION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES ON LOT; FOR THE ERECTION OF ONE(1) DETACHED STRUCTURE( 149 ' HIGH) (24' Additional Height within /ECO for providing Public Space for 21-30% of lot area; 12' per each 5,000 sf of Additional Retail area provided within /ECO, up to maximum 48' AND 12' for every 20% of street drainage managed within /ECO, up to maximum 48' AND ( using public space bonus as per section 14-702(6)(a) &(d); retails space bonus per 14-702(130 AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT BONUS
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Very cool
This and a couple other nearby proposals reminds me a bit of K Street DC
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Very cool
This and a couple other nearby proposals reminds me a bit of K Street DC
I was always thinking that but didn't say anything. This proposal in particular looks like something from DC (not a bad thing).
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