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Handful Of North Broad Street Proposals Highlights December's Overstuffed CDR Docket

[2019.12.02, Mon 04:03] 545 North Broad St. Elk Street Management has proposed a nine-story, 153K SF apartment building for the lot between Green and Brandywine streets on the east side of North Broad Street, with Canno Design serving as the architect of record. 915 North Broad St. A few blocks north of the increasingly crowded Broad and Spring Garden corner and just steps south of the Girard Avenue stop of the Broad Street subway line, a smaller mixed-use building of less well-known origin has been proposed. The second story is slated to contain 15K SF of office space, with the third through seventh floors set back on the north side of the building and containing 70 apartments. For the residential building, marked in the CDR submission as a "Future" project, the ground floor would have one, larger, retail space and the second floor would be an amenity space for tenants. 225 North 38th St. The proposed building going by the name One uCity Square is a continuation of University City Science Center's multi-phase project, with Wexford Science + Technology maintaining its role as lead developer. 2315 North Front St. Northeast of Oxford Court, less than a block away from the York-Dauphin station of the Market Frankford Line in Kensington, Ampere Capital Group is proposing a five-story apartment building with two ground-floor retail spaces on an irregularly shaped vacant lot. Main Street Development, based in the Montgomery County suburb of Blue Bell, has submitted a seven-story, 150K SF apartment building with 20K SF of ground-floor retail and a 26K SF underground parking garage.
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