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Old Posted May 24, 2022, 1:43 PM
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Height is officially 434 feet.



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Old Posted May 24, 2022, 3:31 PM
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Love this project. The design isn't incredible, but it's nice enough, has a lighting scheme, and FINALLY we have a building that will eclipse 400 feet tall in the UCity Medical Center area.
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Old Posted May 24, 2022, 4:24 PM
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Absolutely love what they are doing with the streetscape/plaza. This will make a real difference for people who could be facing a difficult situation.
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This. I like this. That lighting scheme is really cool.
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Old Posted May 24, 2022, 7:56 PM
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Wow; nice! Really nice.

If it turns out this way it'll look nice. Great presence. This will be nice to see how it develope.
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Notice this is the same rendering in the CDR, but it's noticeably unfinished as the design is not finalized and the model of the CHOP Hub is also not finished and blended in
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New Renderings and Details for CHOP’s 26-story New Patient Tower

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Interesting that they're intentionally reducing parking footprint. I generally support that, not sure if it's a great idea for a major hospital though (thinking about families here, not so much employees). Also, the new bridge connecting the current main tower and Buerger to facilitate the demolition of Wood is under construction.
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Woah that lighting scheme is amazing! They've really been knocking the LED schemes out of the park recently.
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Impressive. I believe this will be the tied with Cira Center for the 2nd tallest building in Univ City. Hopefully not for much longer though!
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Impressive. I believe this will be the tied with Cira Center for the 2nd tallest building in Univ City. Hopefully not for much longer though!
FMC Tower: 736 feet
3001 JFK: 512 feet (on hold)
Cira Centre: 437 feet
CHOP Inpatient Tower: 434 feet
Evo: 427 feet
CHOP Hub: 377 feet (under construction)
3025 JFK: 362 feet (under construction)
The Chestnut: 344 feet
Pavilion: 343 feet
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FMC Tower: 736 feet
3001 JFK: 512 feet (on hold)
Cira Centre: 437 feet
CHOP Inpatient Tower: 434 feet
Evo: 427 feet
CHOP Hub: 377 feet (under construction)
3025 JFK: 362 feet (under construction)
The Chestnut: 344 feet
Pavilion: 343 feet
Walked by the project today. There is significant activity including demolition and site preparation underway. Also a lot of signage. This is a go.
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FMC Tower: 736 feet
3001 JFK: 512 feet (on hold)
Cira Centre: 437 feet
CHOP Inpatient Tower: 434 feet
Evo: 427 feet
CHOP Hub: 377 feet (under construction)
3025 JFK: 362 feet (under construction)
The Chestnut: 344 feet
Pavilion: 343 feet
Wow! Is Cira Centre the oldest building of the bunch? That was the early 2000's. It was a daring design and even more daring location at the time. It's just crazy how UC's skyline has exploded since then. Someone post a before/after photo please!
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Walked by the project today. There is significant activity including demolition and site preparation underway. Also a lot of signage. This is a go.
It's fully moving but there's a lot of foundation and other prep work left like a new skybridge. Demolition of the old building isn't scheduled until Q1 2023 so this tower won't be above ground til next year sometime
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This building is THICK. It looks deceptively small in renderings but I feel like this tower will really make a huge impact.
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This building is THICK. It looks deceptively small in renderings but I feel like this tower will really make a huge impact.
I was surprised but I saw it's over 1.2 million sqft
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Extensive Renderings Unveiled For Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia’s New Patient Tower

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Old Posted Aug 22, 2022, 6:20 PM
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I... actually think this is beginning prep work. Drove by today and there was a big sign up saying "DUE 2028", and Osler was closed to all traffic.
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I... actually think this is beginning prep work. Drove by today and there was a big sign up saying "DUE 2028", and Osler was closed to all traffic.
Yes, Osler Cr has been closed since April for full time prep work. Theyve been working on the garage underground for the future foundation. Wood is still being used actively and needs to be demoed (planned Q1 '23) first so it'll still be a long time before this is actually off the ground.
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Old Posted Aug 23, 2022, 2:13 PM
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I... actually think this is beginning prep work. Drove by today and there was a big sign up saying "DUE 2028", and Osler was closed to all traffic.
Jeez, the ink hardly dried on the CDR. Fck yeah!!
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