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INTRODUCTION


Proposed Future Megadevelopments In Philadelphia


Here’s your Philly megadevelopment cheat sheet
Developers are spending billions of dollars to build new residences, hotels, and parks in Philadelphia


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Philadelphia’s development boom includes numerous multi-billion dollar projects. Rendering by Shop Architects/West 8

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Comcast Technology Center, $1.5 billion

Philadelphia’s development boom includes numerous multi-billion dollar projects. Rendering by Shop Architects/West 8

Schuylkill Yards, $3.5 billion

30th Street Station District. Rendering by Skidmore, Owings, & Merill

Schuylkill Yards. Rendering by Shop Architects/West 8

Rendering by Shop/West 8 Drexel University president John Fry described Schuylkill Yards as a "new neighborhood based on innovation" with "world-class, open space in the tradition of the public square of Philadelphia."

Eight new high-rise sites will also be part of Schuylkill Yards, a mix of a laboratories, hotels, retails, residential units, and offices. NY-based Gotham Organization, Inc. will lead the residential development, and Longfellow Real Estate Partners will take on the Life Sciences component.

New Schuylkill Yards renderings provide more insight into the $3.5 billion project. This is a view looking northeast through the Grove. Renderings by Shop Architects/West 8

uCity Square, $1 billion

uCity Square. Rendering by ZGF Architects LLP/Omega

Liberty on the River, $1.2 billion

Liberty on the River would bring 10 towers to this undeveloped site. Photo by Philly by Drone

Penn Medicine Pavilion, $1.5 billion

Penn Medicine Pavilion. Rendering by Foster+Partners

Navy Yard, $1 billion+

Rasmus Hjortshøj–COAST

East Market, $600 million+

Rendering by BLT Architects

Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia, $365 million

Rendering courtesy of PREIT

Penn’s Landing, $225 million

Rendering by Hargreaves Associates/redsquare

SLS Philadelphia Hotel & Residences, $240 million

The International SLS Philadelphia Hotel & Residences. Rendering by KPF Architects and Cope Linder

W Hotel and Element by Westin, $359 million

W Hotel and Element by Westin. Renderings by Cope Linder Architects

River Walk, $300 million

Rendering by Gensler

Aramark Headquart, $230 million

Rendering by Gensler/Varenhorst

1911 Walnut, $235 million

1911 Walnut. Rendering by Solomon Cordwell Buenz Architectur

1001 S. Broad Street

1001 S. Broad Street. Rendering by Cope Linder Architects


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