A rendering of Max Glass' proposed King of Jeans redo.
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According to our foodie friends at Foobooz, Chris Scarduzio’s plan for a three-story building on Passyunk Avenue is closer to reality as he received approval from the Zoning Board to demolish what was once the Artisan Boulanger Patissier. Scarduzio plans to erect a three-story mixed use building in its place — a ground-floor restaurant with residences on top. More →
One of the renderings Max Glass presented to the East Passyunk zoning committee.
The Passyunk Post reports that developer Max Glass’ plan to transform the iconic King of Jeans store into rental apartments with bike share has, for some reason, tanked. Most neighbors were pretty excited about it, especially after Glass altered the plan to address community concerns regarding noise and light. The apartments were meant to appeal to single people without cars, boosting the neighborhood’s younger demographic.
Cloth logo via Passyunk Post.
Clarification: No one will be selling organic babies on East Passyunk. Rather, entrepreneurs Angela and Shai Halperin will sell organic, sustainable and locally made products for babies. Their soon-to-open store, Cloth, was inspired by all the neighborhood babies the couple saw in cloth diapers–suggesting an area interest in earth-friendly goods.