The University of Pennsylvania and the Hanover Company have announced plans to create a $100 million mixed-use development including high-end apartments, stores and a parking facility at the northwest corner of 34th and Chestnut Streets (see story). The seven or eight story structure will contain 295 apartments. Plans call for project commencement in September with completion by late 2007.
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