Affordable senior housing on South Broad Street in the works

With Point Breeze and Newbold bustling with new development on the west side of the city, and with East Passyunk experiencing the same directly to the east, it’s surprising that a corridor as large as South Broad Street has only recently drawn interest from large Philadelphia developers.Beyond early investments such as Carl Dranoff’s 777 South Broad apartments in 2010 and Southstar Lofts in 2014, the South Philadelphia boulevard otherwise has remained home to gas stations and drive-through restaurants, empty lots, and spotty, smaller developments.

Source: Philly.com

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