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Yet Another Mixed-Use Project Proposed for Broad and Washington

Only this time it's much smaller

Tell us if you've heard this before: A mixed-use project is coming to the corner of South Broad and Washington.

No, it's not Bart Blatstein's 42-story tower. And it's not the Lincoln Square development across the street.

This time, it's a much smaller mixed-use project designed by Harman Deutsch Architects at 1111 S. Broad Street, next to the Rock School for Dance Education. Well actually, the two buildings will sandwich a tiny Papa John's.

The proposed project includes 53 one- and two-bedroom units, as well as some lofts. There will also be a roof deck, a small backyard, 12 parking spaces (1 ADA and 1 car share space), and 15 bike spaces. On the ground floor next to the residential lobby, they've proposed 1,907 square feet of retail space.

Here's a helpful illustration of all of the developments happening on and around this corner of South Broad.

The design proposal for 1111 S. Broad Street goes to the Civic Design Review on May 3.