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Rodin Square's 'Sky Park' Promises Green Roof, Infinity Pool

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Renderings via Intech Construction and Plan Philly

Rodin Square is yet another step closer to a groundbreaking as Federal Capital Partners injected a $20M loan into the residential component of the project that also includes the 55,000 square foot mega-Whole Foods. The residences will be called The Dalian and feature 293 luxury units. That's all good but we know you want to hear about the 35,000 "Sky Park" — that amazing outdoor space oriented towards the Ben Franklin Parkway. The Philadelphia Business Journal notes that the luxury lounge-pad will be a green roof above the Whole Foods and contain a grill and bar area with outdoor dining space. The kicker: the deck will feature an infinity pool. We're talking super sweet amenities in this place. Will Simpson from Federal Capital Partners told PBJ, "This is going to be a very highly-amenitized, first-class luxury apartment." It was only a few weeks ago that we brought you the news that construction on the $140M project could begin around Labor Day. If that's the case, look for The Dalian/Whole Foods for be wrapped up in around fall/winter of 2016.

· Exclusive: $20M loan for 293-unit apartment building in Art Museum area [PBJ]
· Construction on Rodin Square Could Start Around Labor Day [Curbed Philly]