Monday, November 30, 2015

Dranoff to present revised Ardmore plans

Developer Carl Dranoff will present new plans for Ardmore's Cricket Ave. parking lot at tonight's Economic Revitalization Committee meeting, Lower Merion Township Building, 75 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore.

Dranoff to present revised Ardmore plans


Developer Carl Dranoff, of Dranoff Properties, will be at tonight's Economic Revitalization Committee meeting to talk about his revised plans and drawings for "a mixed-use building on the Cricket Avenue parking lot in Ardmore," according to a news release.

More from the release: "The high-profile Ardmore Revitalization project has been in the works for nearly a decade, promising to breathe new life into the area and provide additional retail and residential space for locals. Funding issues and local concerns have hindered the project’s process; however, the deadline for the development agreement expires on Dec. 31, 2012.  Tonight’s meeting will be crucial to moving the project forward.

"Dranoff’s proposed project will include 121 rental apartments, approximately 9,500 square feet of new storefront space on Cricket Avenue and additional public parking spaces.  Funding updates and zoning issues will also be addressed during tonight’s meeting."

The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m., tonight (Dec. 12), at the Lower Merion Township Building, 75 East Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, PA, 19003.

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