Broadway SA Investors GP, LLC, and entity of Pearl developer Silver Ventures, has modified the design of the mid-rise office complex its building at 1803 Broadway.
The subtle modifications, which go to the Historic and Design Review Commission for approval on Wednesday, add a series of arched porticos and trellises that form a loggia, or covered corridor, to the entrance of the 10-story South Tower, which will stand next to Pearl sign and Broadway entrance.
Broadway SA Investors GP also wants to add solar panels to the project’s three structures—the main South Tower, the shorter north-facing structure and a parking garage.
In the HDRC application, the Office of Historic Preservation finds the modifications to be appropriate.
The project, which is already under construction on 3.1 acres flanked by Broadway, Pearl Parkway, Grayson Street and Avenue B, will serve as Credit Human Federal Credit Union’s headquarters.
The project previously received a certificate of appropriateness from the HDRC on March 5, 2017.
The office structures are expected to be completed in early 2020, Bill Shown, Silver Ventures’ managing director of development, told the Heron in a previous interview.
In early 2019, a half-block south, GrayStreet Partners is scheduled to begin construction on its 20-story hotel-office tower at 1603 Broadway and Newell Avenue. It will take 24-30 months to complete, said Peter French, GrayStreet’s director of development.