Philadelphia’s design review board is slated to consider three new proposals next month that would together add more than 800 dwelling units to the burgeoning area at and near the corner of Broad and Spring Garden Streets, north of Center City.
The projects are:
Visual renderings of the three projects, which include lower-level commercial space, were included in applications posted this week to the website of the Civic Design Review board. The Alterra and Elk Street project designs had not previously been publicly released.
The CDR panel, which offers nonbinding suggestions about Philadelphia’s biggest development proposals as part of the city’s building-approval process, is scheduled to consider the proposal Dec. 3.