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Old Posted Apr 25, 2019, 12:28 AM
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PHILADELPHIA | Hub for Clinical Collaboration | 377 FT | 19 FLOORS

Club for Clinical Clollaboration

Title: Hub for Clinical Collaboration
Project: Office/Hospital
Architect: Perkins + Will
Developer: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Location: 3501 Civic Center Boulevard
District: West Philadelphia
Neighborhood: University City
Floors: 20
Height: 377 FT








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Looks great! UCity is still booming!
     
     
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Old Posted Apr 25, 2019, 5:21 PM
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CHOP plans new medical office tower within its dense University City health campus

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-snip- I'm dumb and didn't realize this had been tagged
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Jesus what a mouthful.
Nah. Too easy.
     
     
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Some prep work for this has already begun-- the hardscaping surrounding the area of the plaza being filled in by this building is starting to be removed.
     
     
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They're about to get started on this one. Sidewalk closures on East Service/Health Science drive start August 22.
     
     
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They're about to get started on this one. Sidewalk closures on East Service/Health Science drive start August 22.
     
     
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Lots of activity all this week (as mentioned above)--this thing is going to sprout above ground level before we know it, and at 377 ft tall is pretty impressive, taller than it's adjacent neighbors.
     
     
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Just saw a caisson drill from a passing train.
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Quick photo I grabbed at work last Wednesday. Only captures about half of the site, maybe less. This project has also been renamed the Hub for Clinical Collaboration, but I haven't seen the name used in any public releases.

     
     
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Nice! Any caisson installation yet?
     
     
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Took a photo of the other half of the site on 10/22. Due to Buerger's design I can only get half of it one shot. Maybe when its climbing I can head to the upper floors of Colket to take a pic.

     
     
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Looks to me like this one is under construction! That's caisson installation that is
     
     
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Rolled by on the train, drilling, lots of drilling.

     
     
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They're really wedging this building in here. Pics taken yesterday Feb 15.





Crane!

     
     
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Captured the crane all the way from the Commodore Barry Bridge
2020-04-14_08-10-12 by Thomas Koloski, on Flickr
In front of the Research Center

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It seems this one might be continuing with the same kind of medical building exemption as the HUP hospital. I just got a notice of a construction-related road closure
     
     
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It seems this one might be continuing with the same kind of medical building exemption as the HUP hospital. I just got a notice of a construction-related road closure
Scratch that, just got a follow up email that the road closure and construction is cancelled. Maybe they were waiting to hear back.
     
     
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I can see arguments for both sides on this one-----for, it is part of a hospital complex, against, it's not intended for direct patient care.
I'd be interested in what others think.
     
     
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