PHILADELPHIA-The developers of the American Commerce Center, aproposed 1,500-foot giant that would be the tallestbuilding in the United States if completed before One World TradeCenter in New York City, say the project isn't dead."It's still in the works, and it'll be in the works until we findan anchor tenant," Garrett Miller, a partner of the HillOpportunity Real Estate Fund told's Joseph DiStefano.

Our own Philly 411 columnist, David Jacobs, said in May thatthere were rumors that a proposedhotel might get scrapped and the 1800 Arch St. development couldshrink in height. The site is currently a parkinglot.

Meanwhile, DiStefano reports that the people at Hill are raising$100 million to buy land at cheap prices. They expect to close adeal in three to six months.

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