Zoning and Development
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Keith B. Key, CEO of a development company that’s been contracted to redevelop the Germantown YWCA, announced a new funding plan. more
Jumpstart Germantown is a training program and loan provider created in 2015 for new real estate professionals. more
The city of Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses & Inspections issued a cease and desist order to J’Excellence Event Hall, located at 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave., on Aug. 26. more
Philadelphia’s Civic Design Review committee voted unanimously in favor of continuing its hearing on 42-68 Church Lane. more
Stakeholders in the Chestnut Hill community have been quietly working on a plan to manage the density that inevitably will come here. more
The former Germantown High School appears to have finally begun a slow transformation.  more
About seven years after the Chestnut Hill Community Centre’s board began exploring potential buyers for its building, it is poised to return to its former glory. more
The city’s zoning board denied a special exception request from the owners of J’Excellence, an event hall located at 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave. more
Two zoning issues will be discussed at the West Mt. Airy Neighbors zoning committee meeting on Aug. 2. more
The permit would allow the demolition of a two-story house at 6915 Germantown Ave., now used as a home for disabled people. more
If you’re a pedestrian who’s strolled by the corner of Germantown Avenue and Bethlehem Pike in the past week, you may have noticed a bit less shade than you’re used to seeing.  more
For a second time, Germantown neighbors overwhelmingly voted against a proposed five-story apartment building for 42-68 Church Lane. more
A years-long battle that residents have fought to find a new developer for the Germantown YWCA appears to have hit a brick wall. more
Chestnut Hill residents may soon get a look at the proposed plans. more
President George Washington had a “summer White House” on Germantown Avenue. What would he make of a five-story, 148-unit apartment building across the street? more
TierView Development was granted a demolition permit for one wall of the building that formerly housed the Mt. Airy National Bank at 7208 Germantown Ave. in preparation for an addition. more
About 100 Germantown neighbors turned out in force to express unanimous opposition to a proposed five-story, 148-unit project at 42-68 Church Lane. more
The Springfield Township Zoning Hearing Board continued until May 22 a hearing on Christine Visco’s appeal of a violation issued for operating a business within a residential district. more
The development team for the old Mt. Pleasant Garage has won its argument with the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections. more
Developer Stuart Udis adjusted his proposed development plans for the former Fred's Mt. Airy Motors site to address community concerns and provide affordable housing. more
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