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 look at some renderings for this potential development across from Pat’s King of Steaks at 9th and Wharton.
According to Philly Mag, developer Paul Mirabello says that the project won’t move forward without the support of the neighborhood. Since the beginning, Mirabello has been considering the concerns of neighbors and tweaking the plans to better fit the needs of those in the area.
The proposal for this development includes 18 residential units and ground-level retail. The building would be three floors along the Wharton side, but on the 9th Street side it would have four floors to match the height of the commercial property adjacent.
To move forward, the project still would need to receive the proper approval for the zoning to be changed from single-family to mixed-used.
What do you think of these renderings of the proposed development?