Updated 9th and Wharton development presented with ‘significant changes,’ community still not on board

At last night’s Passyunk Square Civic Association zoning meeting, the developers of the proposed 9th and Wharton development came prepared with new plans with some “significant changes.” The last we updated you on this lot was regarding the zoning variance that was denied by the ZBA in June for the

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Zoning variance change denied for 9th and Wharton development

In order for the developers of the proposed four-story complex of apartments and retail at 9th and Wharton to move forward, they needed approval from the zoning board for the property to be rezoned from single-family to mixed-use. The project, which has been met with much opposition from neighbors, was

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Renderings of proposed 9th and Wharton development

After telling you about last week’s zoning meeting regarding a proposed development at 9th and Wharton, many of you sounded off with your opinions in the comment section, especially with the issue of parking in mind. Although there seem to be some neighborhood concerns regarding this proposal, we now have a

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9th and Wharton development met with much opposition at PSCA zoning meeting

At Tuesday night’s Passyunk Square Civic Association meeting, the presentation for the development of the lot at 9th and Wharton was met with much opposition from neighbors. The project, which we first told you about in October, was opposed by many based on the never-ending problem of parking in South

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Developer presents preliminary plans for long-vacant lot next to Pat’s King of Steaks

A recent zoning meeting for the Passyunk Square Civic Association featured an informational presentation for the address listed at 827-29 Wharton St. At first glance, that address might not mean much to you. However, it may once you realize it’s the location of that trash-strewn vacant lot east of Pat’s

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