The project would be the second big development to come to the Englewood Square area, along with an eco-food hub and business incubator planned for an old firehouse. ENGLEWOOD — A mixed-use building that was pitched for an Invest South/West project in the heart of Englewood has been revived as part of a major city investment in affordable housing. Thrive Englewood, an affordable housing project pioneered by DL3 Realty, the real estate team behind Englewood Square, has been proposed for vacant land behind the Square at 914 W. 63rd St. The mixed-income project would include a six-story building and a five-story building with 103 apartments, five live/work units, retail space, and more than 50 parking spaces. Tenants would be able to access both buildings through a common lobby.