1911 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
See renderings of the 9,000-square-foot space
The project is on track, with plans to wrap up in 2021
The long-awaited tower is will be the tallest high-rise apartment tower in the city.
The high-rise is scheduled to break ground in September or October, delivering condos that reach 9,000 square feet at $15 million.
Details of the project were revealed at the meeting
The Architectural Committee recommended the tower
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One of the last-remaining developable lots in Rittenhouse Square will remain vacant for at least another year, with the news that 1911 Walnut isn’t expected to break ground until 2019.
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The 48-story tower will include some below-market rate units, too.
The demolition of the structure will make way for 1911 Walnut, a 47-story mixed-use residential tower in Rittenhouse Square.
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The Historical Commission approved a financial hardship petition filed by the developer, who said the historic building is beyond repair.
After more than a year of tweaks and community input, revised plans for the tower have been revealed, including the news that Rittenhouse Coffee Shop and the Warwick will provide low-income housing.
It’s been quiet for months regarding 1911 Walnut, a mixed-use tower planned for Rittenhouse Square, until last Friday when the developer published a slew of new renderings to its website.