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Proposed Jewelers Row floor plans released ahead of design review

The design proposal goes to the Civic Design Review on February 7

The Jewelers Row tower design proposal goes to the Civic Design Review on February 7.
Rendering by SLCE Architects

After eight months of waiting, renderings for the proposed 29-story condo tower on Jewelers Row were released last week during a neighborhood zoning meeting. Now, in addition to the perspective renderings, some proposed floor plans for the Toll Brothers tower have been released ahead of next week’s Civic Design Review.

The document includes the proposed floor plans for every floor, as well as the suggested square footage of each unit. They include studios, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units. Although they’re described as apartments, Toll Brothers confirmed at the zoning meeting last week that they will be 115 condominiums.

The proposed floor plans offer a bit of a clearer picture of what to expect within the soaring tower, which will replace five properties on Sansom Street and another on S. 7th Street. The suggested square-footage of each unit ranges from 748 square feet for a studio to 1,865 square feet for a three-bedroom.

As of last week, Toll Brothers was not ready to divulge the asking price of the proposed units.

The proposal also calls for amenity spaces on the second and fourth levels, as well as two bi-level units with private terraces on the top floors of the 354-foot-tall tower.

SLCE Architects will present their design proposal to the Civic Design Review on Tuesday, February 7. If you need a refresher on the whole Jewelers Row saga, here’s a timeline of how it all went down and what’s to come.