Coming Not-As-Soon: New Spring Garden Whole Foods

PlanPhilly reports that Neil Rodin, the developer of Rodin Square–best known as the Whole Foods that’ll eat the Best Western–is still working to come to terms with the Logan Square Civic Association on certain issues, including the impact on traffic. Rodin had commissioned a traffic study, but now the LSNA wants to do one of its own.

It doesn’t sound like Rodin is too happy about that:

Michael Sklaroff, an attorney for the developer, requested that a special hearing be scheduled no more than 30 days from Wednesday, noting that the developer has met with the community the community more than a dozen times, starting in February.

Our emphasis, sure–but Sklaroff’s too, no doubt.

More time granted to study traffic impact of proposed Whole Foods

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