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Old November 26th, 2015, 11:45 AM   #1
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1911 Walnut St.: New Renderings Released, But Aren't Final



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Southern Land Company has released updated renderings for 1911 Walnut St., its second development in Philadelphia that will feature luxury apartments, condos, and retail. However, according to the website the company notes that the renderings are not final nor approved, and they're still working with stakeholders and neighborhood associations to finalize the concept. That's important, since the Nashville-based development company had received criticism for its initial efforts to demolish three historic properties on the 1900 block of Sansom Street due to financial hardship: The Rittenhouse Coffee Shop, the Warwick Apartment House, and the Oliver H. Bair Funeral Home. Southern Land Co. later withdrew its application to demolish the coffee shop, but based on the current renderings it doesn't look like the other two properties will make the cut.

Here's what we do know about the development: The 47- to 51-story residential tower will feature about 342 luxury apartments and 64 condos




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Alternate Renderings of 1911 Walnut St. Reveal Shorter Tower



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Yesterday we wrote about some updates to 1911 Walnut Street, the much-anticipated mixed-use development and residential tower that's joining Rittenhouse Square. At a presentation to the Philadelphia Planning Commission on Monday, new renderings were revealed that showed off some alternate options that the developers and architects are currently workshopping with community stakeholders.






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New 1911 Walnut plans reveal shorter tower, low-income housing
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Plans for the last vacant lot in Rittenhouse Square have gone through a number of iterations over the past few years, but it seems like the developer and residents have finally come to an agreement: A shorter residential tower with two historic buildings that will offer low-income housing.

1911 Walnut, developed by Southern Land Company and designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz Architecture, will be 47 stories tall with no more than 335 units, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported last week.

A summer groundbreaking may be possible, but nothing has been set in stone, a representative for Southern Land Company told Curbed Philly.

The revised plans come after more than a year of tweaks and community input. At one point, the tower was proposed to be as tall as 599 feet, and Southern Land Company attempted to declare financial hardship on Rittenhouse Square Coffee Shop and the Warwick.
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