After breaking ground earlier this year, the Piazza Terminal at the Old Schmidt Brewery Site is taking shape in Philadelphia. The $370 million project will create nearly 1,200 apartments and 45,000 square feet of retail space and restaurants, as well as a pedestrian plaza and 500-space parking garage that will dedicate five percent of the spots to green cars and include space for bikes.
The buildings, connected by a second floor skybridge, will be different heights, with the tallest rising 16 stories. The midrise buildings will have terraces on the upper floors that look out onto the central plaza.
Other amenities include two pools and lounge areas on top of an existing five-story parking garage.
There is no completion date for the project, but initial projections estimated completion five years from the start of construction.