Renderings: Hanover North Broad Apartments and Retail at Broad and Callowhill

Two six-story buildings with apartments, retail space and parking will face each other across Broad Street.

hanover-north-broad-opener

The Parkway Corporation and the Hanover Company Design Collective have plans to build two large mixed-use residential/commercial buildings on the site of two surface parking lots Parkway owns at Broad and Callowhill streets.

The larger of the two buildings will sit on the lot at the southwest corner of Broad and Callowhill. It will contain 229 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, 11,024 square feet of retail space, 256 parking spaces (130 for building residents) and 77 bicycle parking spaces.


The smaller building at the southeast corner will contain 110 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, 6,122 square feet of retail space, 114 parking spaces (58 for residents) and 38 bicycle parking spaces.

The buildings in the project, dubbed Hanover North Broad, have identical configurations if not details. The street-level retail space in each building will face Broad Street; behind it is a two-level parking garage, with the upper level reserved for building residents.

The apartments in each of the six-story buildings are arrayed around interior courtyards. The west building will have a pool, fitness room and other resident amenities.

Because of their size, the buildings will undergo Civic Design Review. The Philadelphia City Planning Commission will conduct the review on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 1 p.m. in the Planning Commission hearing room at 1515 Arch Street.

hanover-north-broad-1

hanover-north-broad-2

hanover-north-broad-3

Be respectful of our online community and contribute to an engaging conversation. We reserve the right to ban impersonators and remove comments that contain personal attacks, threats, or profanity, or are flat-out offensive. By posting here, you are permitting Philadelphia magazine and Metro Corp. to edit and republish your comment in all media.

  • NateFried

    You know…the one thing missing from this is fancy LEDs on the front facades. All the buildings on south broad have it and even one has it at girard and broad. That and those light poles that will be erected, all new buildings should have some fancy lighting to tie everything into this vast broad street vibe. Would be cool.