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PHILADELPHIA | 204 S. 12th St. | 436 FT | 37 FLOORS

Gayborhood or die.

Title: 204 S. 12th St.
Architect: BLTa
Developer: Midwood Investment and Development
Location: 200-204 South 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA
District: Center City
Neighborhood: Gayborhood
Floors: 37
Height: 436









448 Units + Commercial Planned for Historic Property in the Gayborhood
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Back in 2019, the Camac Baths building at 204 S. 12th St. was nominated to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places, two years after being acquired by Midwood Investment & Development, a national real estate development firm. The Camac Baths was deemed historically significant because of its first Jewish and then gay and bisexual clientele. The historic nomination, to our understanding, does not include the whole property at 204 S. 12th St., but only the structures on the northwest corner of the parcel at Camac St. and Chancellor St.

The residential lobby will be located on St. James St. The loading entrance will be located on 12th St. There will be commercial uses on grounds 1 through 3 fronting 12th St. There will be 3 levels of underground parking. The building will be rental apartments, not for sale condos.

The project team confirmed that the historic building at Camac and Chancellor will be preserved. There are no planned uses for the building yet other than bicycle parking in the basement.

The development team also noted that they are planning on saving the mural currently located along 12th St. and they will be making a $2.2 million payment to the affordable housing trust fund.

Demolition is planned for the 3rd or 4th quarter of 2020 and construction will follow in the 2nd quarter of 2021. Construction will last roughly 31 months.
http://www.rising.realestate/448-uni...he-gayborhood/
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This looks pretty clean. I'm liking that orange almost-striping.
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AWESOME project!

Loving the height here. Will make a huge impact on the skyline.
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CDR Submission is up!

408 feet in total.

PDF here:
https://www.phila.gov/media/20200805...CZ-Reduced.pdf
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Love this!!
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From an architectural standpoint, there's a lot going on here -- international-style modernism, some brutalism, fins, definitely PSFS Building and IM Pei influenced. I love it, personally. It's a weird building. I hope it turns out like the renderings. Over 400 feet too, for east of Broad is massive.
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Isn’t it 436’ to the roof?

Regardless, superb design.
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Isn’t it 436’ to the roof?

Regardless, superb design.
You're right - it is 436 ft to the roof!
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