Blatstein's revised designs for Broad & Washington project

Developer Bart Blatstein has submitted new renderings of his proposed mixed-use apartment tower and rooftop village at Broad & Washington Avenue to the Civic Design Review Committee, which will see the project for a second time on April 5.

Committee members registered various degrees of underwhelmed-ness at their first review earlier this month. The new renderings depict a public stairway to the fourth-floor rooftop village. Committee members had wondered how that amenity would be accessed.

The tower and the ground-floor uses appear to be largely unchanged.

See for yourselves.

    • 13th & Washington | Cope Linder
      13th & Washington | Cope Linder
    • Aerial view of Broad & Washington | Cope Linder
      Aerial view of Broad & Washington | Cope Linder
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Jared Brey, Reporter

Jared Brey is a freelance reporter based in Philadelphia. His work has been featured in Philadelphia magazine, Hidden CityThe Philadelphia InquirerCity & State, and other publications. He covered development, zoning policy, historic preservation, and city government for PlanPhilly from 2011-2016. 

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