|Location||300 Alexander Court, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Roof||375 ft (114 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Property Reserve Inc|
The Alexander (originally 1601 Vine Street) is a mixed-use high-rise in Philadelphia. The building is adjacent to the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple, which was designed by Perkins+Will. This project consists of one tower, as well as a Mormon meetinghouse next to the building, which will be clad in red brick.
The tower is approximately 375 feet in height. The tower contains roughly 264 apartments, as well as retail and townhouses around the base. The project includes a garden space and improved traffic flow on Wood Street.
The site was originally to host a building unrelated to the temple complex, but that project was cancelled when funding could not be obtained.
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