Hailed as a hero for restoring the Divine Lorraine Hotel, developer eric blumenfeld has been photographed on its rooftop, skyline behind him, racking up praise for revitalizing north broad Street. Across town, however, folks at Abbotts Square Condominium, at Second and South Streets, aren’t so thrilled.
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Developer Eric Blumenfeld explains that multiple commercial businesses, including a recording studio, a lounge, and a speakeasy, are planned for the basement of the Divine Lorraine. Five years ago, it’s likely that no one in Philadelphia – including, perhaps, Blumenfeld himself – could have predicted that the Divine Lorraine would be what.
Divine lorraine developer eric Blumenfeld is still hustling to save North Broad (billypenn.com) submitted 1 year ago by PROMETHEUS606 to r/philadelphia. close. Link: ThisSinkingFeeling 8 points submitted 1 year ago. Are people able to move into the Divine Lorraine at this point? I had a coworker who signed a lease and ended up making.
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The first time Eric Blumenfeld owned the Divine Lorraine, he faced a hard decision. In 2005, Philadelphia lenders weren’t quite ready to share his vision of a reinvigorated North Broad Street. They made him choose between the Lorraine and a former industrial building he had bought down the street.
Apparently this house is in a very bad neighborhood and it was suggested that you carry when you are here. We decided to get up super early and hit it before the crazies came out.
Although you sometimes want to shield your eyes from the details, Blumenfeld’s commitment to North Broad is now bearing fruit. starting with an apartment building a decade ago at Lofts 640 (the one with the Osteria restaurant), he has steadily moved north, rescuing the seemingly hopeless Divine Lorraine last year and the Studebaker showroom.
Nice! I’ve been eager to explore some of these places, anyone know of anymore sites? what’s that one place on north broad that looks like an old hotel? i dont think its the beury building, but i could be wrong. i think its at the intersection of broad and ridge?,