You’ve seen the updated Broad and Washington renderings and general plans, but now is your chance to weigh in on this large project from Bart Blatstein in a public forum.
The Hawthorne Empowerment Coalition is hosting a meeting for an updated proposal to be presented on Thursday, February 25.
As we’ve been telling you, plans have been revised from the original two tower structure to one tower with up to 32-stories. This development is set to include 1,000 residential units split between three parts of the massive structure, 143,000 sq. ft. in commercial space on the ground floor and fourth floor “village,” along with 25,000 sq. ft. dedicated as a co-working-style office space. 620 parking spaces are being planned for a garage space accessible to tenants and visitors through entrances on Carpenter Street and Washington Avenue.
Blatstein is seeking a number of zoning variances for the site, which he will be presenting to the Zoning Board of Adjustment for next month.
The meeting is being help on Thursday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m. This is a HEC meeting being held at the Hawthorne Cultural Center at 1200 Carpenter St.