Broad Street Armory Building

  • Former Broad Street Armory Building Demolished, Replaced by Apartments

    The 127-year-old Broad Street Armory building, one of Philadelphia oldest constructions, is almost history. Less than one month after a crane started tearing down the long-vacant crumbling building located at 1221 South Broad Street in Passyunk Square, the Zoning Board of Adjustment approved a zoning variance to developer Michael Carosella’s plans to replace the property with a new, modern structure that will include 50 apartments.

    Philadelphia 19 September 2013 15:48

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