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New Apartments May Be Coming to Chinatown

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The Inquirer's architecture critic Inga Saffron writes that a planned 23-story tower at 10th and Vine could be a game-changer—and not just for Chinatown. The Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corp. has most of the funding for the building nailed down. It would have 144 apartments, retail shops and a rec center, making Vine Street a walkable destination. "That can only help spread Center City's success more deeply into North Philadelphia," Saffron writes. [Inquirer]