Zoning and Development
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Two committees on Monday asked for more information before voting on the controversial redevelopment of the Greylock Estate. more
Redevelopment of long-shuttered Germantown High School is chugging right along. Or at least it was. more
The Germantown Urban Village Historic District was unanimously designated by the Philadelphia Historical Commission on Friday. more
Seeking to turn five boarded-up stations in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy into businesses, SEPTA plans to issue a request for proposals this week. more
Developer Olympia Holdings has a new proposal for the church parking lot next to the former site of Nolen Building Materials. more
If Thursday's meeting is any indication, controversy about the potential development of Greylock mansion seems unlikely to end soon. more
A residential project at the former site of the diner is running behind, but now has plenty of Wissahickon Schist. more
Mt. Airy residents now have an idea of what they can expect to see on the 6900 block of Germantown Avenue. more
Last month, Greenberg and his wife Bonnie told the Local that Chestnut Hill could expect a new tenant to lease both spaces “sometime next year.” more
The date was set by Judge Ann Butchart in a scheduling hearing on Dec. 22. more
When the ribbon was cut on Germantown’s iconic Rowell’s department store last week, civic leaders were marking more than a grand opening. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has voted unanimously in favor of a motion to allow a parking lot in place of the building. more
Changes to how the city regulates some Airbnbs have left many in Chestnut Hill wondering whether to welcome the short-term rental service. more
Despite rising interest rates, development in Mt. Airy continues to chug along as investors seek to capitalize on land for dense new housing projects. more
If the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf gets its way, neighbors on the 100 block of West School House Lane could soon see it demolished. more
A new civic group with the potential power to influence development in both Mt. Airy and Germantown has community leaders worried. more
If the team slated to turn the former Germantown High School into an apartment complex gets its way, it could be ready for move-in in 18 months. more
A CHCA meeting to discuss the future of Greylock was postponed by the developer in an attempt to “engage neighbors and listen to their concerns." more
The 2008 state law, Act 135, gives neighbors, businesses, and nonprofit organizations the right to ask a court to put the property in the hands of a conservator.  more
The future of 42-68 Church Lane, a parcel for which developers had proposed a five-story, 125-unit apartment building, is “to be determined.” more
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