And the New Tria Goes To…

Sorry, Queen Village! If all goes smoothly, Tria #3 will be located in the former M.A.B. paint store at the corner of 21st and South. Which would make G.Ho the winner of this particular neighborhood smackdown.

The owner of the building contacted Foobooz to say that he’s “agreed in principal to lease terms with Tria owner Jon Myerow.” Which means things could still go in any direction. And then there’s the community board fun, after the jump.

There’s a zoning board meeting on October 15th where the neighborhood will get to hear all about the proposed new project from Tria reps. If you’re interested in attending, showing your support (or not) for a G-Ho Tria, the meeting starts at 7:00PM at the St. Charles Senior Center, 907 South 16th St. UPDATE: Address is 1941 Christian Street.

Commenter Rich Frankel gets the award for best Yenta for suggesting this location in the comments of our last post on the subject. Congratulations, Rich!

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  • jagee77

    BOOOO! G-ho (or whatever theyre calling south philly west of broad these days)…so far away :(

    oh well…gayborhood it is

  • Lolly

    FYI, the St. Charles Senior Center, where tomorrow night’s neighborhood zoning meeting about Tria will be held, is not at 907 South 16th St. It’s at 1941 Christian Street (corner of 20th).

  • Tonyjlive

    Hell yeah!!! This area is thirsty, just look at the success of the Pub and Kitchen. Of course you have to give Johnny Mac his daps on that one, but this is an underserved area. No question.

  • Tonyjlive

    PS. jagee77…no one likes a hater

  • jagee77

    i aint hatin…just jealous thats all :(

  • Kirsten Henri

    Apologies for the wrong address! My poor cut and paste job from the SOSNA newsletter is to blame. It’s been corrected.

  • J

    I like NOWA for the neighborhood name. North of Washington