The $100 million development, located in Chinatown, will include 237 apartments when completed in Spring 2016. The low-rise will include a mixture of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, including 53 units reserved as affordable housing. The project will also feature 21 townhouse-style apartments along its southern perimeter.Situated at the intersection of Broadway and College Street, the nearly two-acre development site lies directly north of the Gold Line’s Chinatown Station. Blossom Plaza will offer a direct connection between Broadway and the elevated Metro stop via a pedestrian paseo which bisects the property. Early reports indicate that passageway will be flanked by more than 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.