New Hudson Facades’ first residential project in Philadelphia will stand at 307 ft tall and will be wedged between John F. Kennedy Boulevard and the SEPTA Regional Rail.
Designed by architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz, this building will feature operable vents, decorative fins, and slab edge covers.
Levels 1-2 will feature our standardized curtain wall designs, while levels 3-22 will have a custom window wall designed, fabricated, and assembled by NHF. The window wall system uses air/water management concepts from our patented curtain wall system and uses polyamide thermal breaks for energy performance. This façade has a curving surface formed with segmented, prefabricated glazing units. This creates many contrasting angles, but careful value engineering allows the project to be designed with only a few unique split mullion pairs.
Production for this project is slated to begin early 2024.