There are already developments in the works for the northeast and northwest corners of Broad and Washington, with the Blatstein development and another mixed-use development with apartments and retail. Now there’s yet another mixed-use development that could be coming to a location near Broad and Washington.
At 1111 S. Broad St., the location of a car mechanic and accessory shop, there are plans to demolish the current structure to make way for a 5-story mixed-use building with 42 residential units and a ground-floor retail space.
This 49,000 sq. ft. development is by developer Rory Scerri-Marion, along with his company, Ampere Capital Group.
According to these plans from the Ampere Capital Group website, the commercial space would be 1,981 sq. ft. on the ground floor. The entrance to the 42 apartment units would be through a lobby on Broad Street, as well. Apartment units in this building would be one and two bedrooms spaces. The plans seem to include apartments in various sizes, ranging from 576 sq. ft. to 840 sq. ft.
The property is already zoned as CMX-3, which means that the project, by right, already has the correct zoning to build on this property. That’s also why there haven’t been community meetings up to this point in the project like you’d see on other properties that need zoning changes prior to moving forward.
The plans for this development also include the relocation of the current tenant, 718 Motoring.
We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about this project.