New renderings for mixed-use development at 1111 S. Broad St.

Located a little bit farther south than the developments planned for Broad and Washington is another mixed-use project coming to 1111 S. Broad St.


In August we first told you about the plans for this project, which would be located on a lot that was once the location of a car mechanic and accessory shop. Since then, the building has been demolished. We now have a look at new renderings of what this building may look like.

What the building looked like prior to demolition.

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The first-floor plan shows that the building will have a 1907 sqft commercial space on the first floor (would have been perfect for a relocated Papa Johns!) a parking area accessed from Alter Street, and three residential loft units with separate entrances. Those units, per the plans, will lay out like two-bedroom townhomes and you can see they’ll offer a ton of living space. Another fifty units will be built on floors 2-6, with ten units per floor. We’d wager that all of these units will be listed as rentals. Considering that we’re looking at a lot size of just over 10K sqft, the developers are doing an impressive job in terms of density, and on a by-right project no less. Let’s hear it for the CMX-3 zoning designation working out pretty well, for a change.

One thought on “New renderings for mixed-use development at 1111 S. Broad St.

  • April 25, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    Pretty cool. How do we make that ugly Papa John’s go away?

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