Plans to covert this 86,000sq ft historic building planed for 2020
Built in 1925 as Broadwin Hotel and later known simply as The Broadwin, this eight-story building at 1312 East Broad Street was one of several luxury apartment buildings constructed along Broad Street in the first half of the twentieth century. The design of The Broadwin was typical of the period, with a Renaissance Revival architecture style, complete with rusticated stone walls on the two-story base and brick walls with quoin corners on floors three through eight. The main lobby had marble floors and the building originally had its own restaurant. The Broadwin also featured an attached parking garage, a rarity at the time it was built. The Broadwin was marketed toward people who wanted a fashionable East Broad Street address, but were unable to own property.