The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania said Tuesday that a small group of neighborhood residents called the Faithful Laurentians did not have standing to appeal a zoning variance that gave a developer approval to put 23 apartments in the church.
“The building has this familial vibe, with wide hallways, floors left in their unmitigated state ... so it had an authenticity and a warmth that made me feel it was a happy place,” said Terri Currier, who moved to Kensington in 2017.
The family who owned the rowhouse next door did not realize that their foundation had been compromised until “the house shook, the ceiling started to cave in, the floors started to sink, and the stairs separated from the wall."
An ambitious plan to transform one of the few remaining Victor buildings in Camden into a recording music mecca has been dashed. The historic building near the waterfront has been sold again for $13.5 million to a metal recycling firm.