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    • The space is being revamped to 'complement' existing and forthcoming gourmet food options. (Photo courtesy of Morrissey Design)

Farmer's Market overhaul gets underway as Chestnut Hill's gourmet food scene prepares to expand

By Amy Z. QuinnFor NewsWorksConstruction work hasn't even begun yet on Bowman Properties' project at 8200 Germantown Ave., and the grocery store-retail-condo plan is already having an effect on…

    • Bowman Properties' Fresh Market complex could take 18 months to build

Bowman Properties' Fresh Market complex could take 18 months to build

By Amy Z. QuinnFor NewsWorks Demolition on the old Magarity auto dealership building could begin in the fall, with construction of Bowman Properties' retail-residential 8200 Germantown Ave. project lasting about…

    • Design for 8200 Germantown Ave. project modified slightly

Design for 8200 Germantown Ave. project modified slightly

By Amy Z. QuinnFor Newsworks In the year since Bowman Properties unveiled preliminary designs for its planned mixed-use project at 8200 Germantown Ave., critics derided it as too big and…

    • OFF BALANCE: Will a power play by Chestnut Hill's biggest landlord put a yoga studio on hold?

OFF BALANCE: Will a power play by Chestnut Hill's biggest landlord put a yoga studio on hold?

By Amy Z. QuinnFor NewsWorksIn Chestnut Hill, there are historic properties, and then there a properties that have a history. The multi-tenant commercial building at 18 W. Willow Grove…

    • Developer's rendering of 8200 Germantown Avenue, view from below Hartwell Lane.
    • Terry Halbert, of Southampton Avenue, holds a petition bearing more than 1,000 signatures against Bowman plan. (Amy Z. Quinn)

City Council committee approves zoning changes, sends Magarity project to Council

By the PlanPhilly/Newsworks staffThree bills that would clear the way for developer Richard Snowden's $30 million mixed-use development on Germantown Avenue are headed for a City Council vote, as talks…

    • Philadelphia Planning Commission delays recommendation on Bowman's Magarity project

Philadelphia Planning Commission delays recommendation on Bowman's Magarity project

By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhillyAmid concerns about height and density, and accusations of spot zoning, the city Planning Commission is holding off on making a recommendation on two bills…

    • The tallest part of the complex would house retail stores and condos and the area with a green top is the Fresh Market

Rezoning bills introduced for Bowman's Magarity project

By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhillyTime could be running out for the Chestnut Hill Community Association to have a meaningful say in the major development proposed for old Magarity dealership…

    • Bowman Properties plans to build a Fresh Market grocery store along with retail shops, residential units at 8200 Germantown Ave.

Philadelphia City Council may decide Chestnut Hill zoning request

By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhillyA zoning change needed for Bowman Properties' proposal to turn the old Magarity Ford site into a mixed-use development could come before City Council as…

    • Proposed Hartwell Lane traffic reversal plan raises many questions for nearby residents

Proposed Hartwell Lane traffic reversal plan raises many questions for nearby residents

By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhillyIn the week since Bowman Properties released the first detailed look at a redevelopment of 8200 Germantown Ave., neighbors have begun dissecting its various parts…

    • Bowman plan: Demolish Magarity building and reverse traffic flow on Hartwell Lane

Bowman plan: Demolish Magarity building and reverse traffic flow on Hartwell Lane

By Amy Z. QuinnFor PlanPhilly Chestnut Hill residents got their first real look Tuesday night at a redevelopment proposal that would dramatically remake the former Magarity Ford site on Germantown…

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