Edge lines being repainted on Washington Avenue

Plans for the restriping of Washington Avenue have been in the works since early 2014. While the full-on restriping isn’t being completed just yet, some small victories are being made in terms of visibility and safety on the road. This week the Streets Department will be working to repaint the

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Meeting discussed Washington Avenue restriping, likely to be completed in summer of 2016

Last week a meeting was held to discuss the hot-topic issue of the restriping of Washington Avenue. While these plans have been in the works for some time now, a consensus has not been reached on the best design for the road. The Streets Department, Planning Commission and Mayor’s Office

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What does the future hold for Washington Avenue?

Washington Avenue has been seeing a lot of changes in recent years. Whether you’re talking about the new mixed-use development proposed for 9th and Washington, the recently-opened Habitat for Humanity ReStore, the mixed-use development just approved for 24th and Washington, or the Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken location opening here,

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore could be coming to Washington Ave.

A non-profit home improvement store from Habitat for Humanity could be coming to 2318 Washington Ave. The proposed location, which is the location of the former EHC Foods Supermarket and Washington Substation, would be for a second-hand furniture, home goods and building supplies store.

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5-story mixed-use project proposed for 2401 Washington Ave.

We’ve mentioned before that Washington Ave. could be seeing a huge transformation in the future with Bart Blatstein’s development, the Frankford Chocolate Factory for sale, restriping plans and more. Now there’s a new potential mixed-use development worth talking about. At last night’s South of South Neighborhood Association zoning meeting, the architecture

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Restriping Washington Ave. expected to have “big impact” in 2015

Believe it or not, Washington Ave. has dominated the news this year. Whether it’s the new pier park at its connection to the Delaware River, multiple large projects planned up and down the corridor (including Broad and Washington) or even the Mummer’s changing their route, 2014 has been the year

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