The 48-story tower planned for 1911 Walnut Street, one of the last developable parcels in Rittenhouse Square, will be known as the Laurel, after Pennsylvania’s state flower, according to an announcement from developer Southern Land Company.
The firm has also disclosed a new number of condos planned for the spire—54—and the setup for the amenities packages for both condo owners and the tenants in the tower’s expected 200 apartments. (The number of condos had stood at a rather amorphous 60 to 75 at the end of 2017.)
The amenity deck for condo owners will be on the 26th floor, and the package will include an indoor pool, fitness and yoga studios, and a lounge with a terrace overlooking Rittenhouse Square.
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