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The more scaffolding that comes down and we see the facade the better this looks. It’s really puts Lincoln square to shame.
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The more scaffolding that comes down and we see the facade the better this looks. It’s really puts Lincoln square to shame.
The Post Brothers are continuing to raise the bar big time. I really hope there's many more projects from them to come.

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link to this build: nice amenities

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Damn - Post Bros. putting everyone on notice.
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Has any retail other than Giant/Starbucks been announced?
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Damn - Post Bros. putting everyone on notice.
Yeah. Their projects are high end with design, materials and amenities that would fit in DC or NYC seamlessly. It's a shame they cut down the mature trees on Broad Street but I imagine they had no other choice because they kept them for 75% of construction? Hopefully phase 2 and 3 of this Washington Ave project aren't far behind.

I'd love for them to take control of the Penn's Landing site if Durst can't get anything shovel ready in the next 3 years when the park is done. Although they are historically anti union so I'm not sure how that would go for a Delaware Waterfront project.
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Yeah. Their projects are high end with design, materials and amenities that would fit in DC or NYC seamlessly. It's a shame they cut down the mature trees on Broad Street but I imagine they had no other choice because they kept them for 75% of construction? Hopefully phase 2 and 3 of this Washington Ave project aren't far behind.

I'd love for them to take control of the Penn's Landing site WHEN Durst can't get anything shovel ready in the next 3 years when the park is done. Although they are historically anti union so I'm not sure how that would go for a Delaware Waterfront project.
Fixed it for you.

Post taking over that project would be a dream come true. I have no idea how ANYONE partners with those Durst bastages.
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There are "move in" marketing signs out front now - do they have some lower level units finished already?
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There are "move in" marketing signs out front now - do they have some lower level units finished already?
I hope they give a big discount for unfinished upper units
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