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47-story Arthaus Breaks Ground Broad/Spruce; Man Shot in Frankford; Norristown Homes Collapse
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/11/19 2:25 pm | updated: 06/11/19 2:25 pm
 
A new 47-story condominium tower broke ground on Tuesday, 6/11, across Broad Street from the Kimmel Center. Arthaus is being built by Dranoff Properties and is designed by Philadelphia-native architect Eugene Kohn. It will have 108 units or 'haus.' "Each residence, or as we call them ‘haus,’ will wrap a corner of the building with sweeping views from every vantage point," Dranoff Properties CEO Carl Dranoff said. There is a greenhouse with individual planting beds, a reflecting pool, outdoor dining, fire pit, a lawn, and sun deck. There is also a rooftop dog run. The building also features a 75-foot indoor lap pool, fitness center and yoga, dining salon, café, a library, board room, club room, and children’s playroom. The $253 million project is scheduled to open in the fall of 2021. For more information visit: https://arthausphila.com

A man was shot and killed in broad daylight in Philadelphia's Frankford section on Tuesday morning, 6/11. It happened just after 10:30 a.m. on the 5300 block of Horrocks Street. A 26-year-old man was shot multiple times in the head, chest, and leg. He was taken to Temple University Hospital by police where he died a short time later. No arrests have been made.

Four row homes in Montgomery County collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, 6/11, while construction crews were working. It happened around 12:25 p.m. on the 1000 block of Willow Street in Norristown. Crews were working on one home when it collapsed. Two other homes were also pulled down and a fourth was damaged. All four properties were vacant and no one was injured. The exact cause of the collapse is under investigation.

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The Philadelphia Phillies lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night, 13-8. Although it didn't go the Phillies way, it was a record setting night at Citizen's Bank Park. The game started with Arizona going Back-to-Back-to-Back in the Top of the 1st, hitting 3 home runs in a row to lead it off. That foreshadowed what was to come. The Diamondbacks hit 8 home runs total to set a franchise record. The Phillies hit 5 home runs themselves. The combined 13 home runs is an MLB record for most in a game.


 
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