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Old Posted Sep 16, 2019, 4:24 PM
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We went from 4 floors to what, 20 now, on a single page of this thread and in a hair over 3 months. Impressive.
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2019, 2:27 PM
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A few pictures from Tuesday and Wednesday:





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^I think only 5 floors to go.
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Placing the first part of 26th floor today. Indeed, 5 to go---This tops out at the 31st (high roof) which is a partial level (about 1/3 of the footprint).
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We went from 4 floors to what, 20 now, on a single page of this thread and in a hair over 3 months. Impressive.


3 day cycle by Madison Concrete Construction!!!!
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3 day cycle by Madison Concrete Construction!!!!
are you working on the PMC towers near the river? If only they could move this fast.
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Old Posted Sep 20, 2019, 12:57 AM
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^Pietrini & Sons were on site last time I checked.

But in all seriousness, since the announcement of the flagship Giant supermarket being there, things have really picked up for the north tower.

Congrats RWSMADCONC -- hopefully you guys are signed up for Arthaus or The Laurel!
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We need to fill in those lots on 38th with something tall. Ever since I saw that conceptual rendering I have been dreaming of a 38th lined with 300'ers, or even taller. Of all of the streets in West Philly, 38th could probably handle it too, considering how wide it is.
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Thanks for the pics!
Nice to see they are working on the church next door.
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Old Posted Sep 24, 2019, 2:46 PM
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Thanks for the pics!
Nice to see they are working on the church next door.
Sure thing. Me too. It's a big and beautiful church.There's renovations and add-on to it too: https://www.saintsaj.org/naminggifts
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As seen from 33rd and Chestnut today:
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As seen from 33rd and Chestnut today:
Is that the top floor?
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Is that the top floor?
Afaik it has a few more to go.
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You can now see the skin from center city.
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This is beautiful, freaking beautiful; this makes me happy.

Think about it; a 29 story building as far west as 37th Street; and with the crown and air conditioning units its taller though that doesn't count often.

So nice
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You can see it coming in to West Philly down Chestnut Street. The way that it's oriented, it looks massive. This is a great addition to the skyline from certain vantage points. I have a few pics. I'll try to post this weekend if I'm not too tied up.
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I too love this project's height. Hopefully it'll lead to taller development along 38th.
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