Proposal is for a new brewpub at 3705 Butler St.
Proposal for an urban beer garden & food truck location by Wilson McGinley. They will be appearing before the Zoning Board of Adjustments on July 27 at 9:10 AM for a variance from the zoning code for use of the lot for outdoor retail sales and service (non-accessory use), food trucks. Outdoor sales and service (non-accessory use) are not permitted in an Urban Industrial zoning district.
The owners of 4103 Davison Street are seeking a special exception from the zoning code for use of portion of integral garage as vehicle/equipment repair (limited). The site is currently used as a single-bay auto repair shop, but was never zoned for it previously.
Since the project didn’t meet the threshold for Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation’s community process with a public meeting, LU and LC will not be taking a position, but residents are encouraged to attend a zoning hearing on July 13th at 9:40 AM at 200 Ross Street in the 1st Floor Conference Room.
For the 73rd year, the Lawrenceville Fireworks Committee will be hosting one of the region’s most beloved traditions: the Lawrenceville Independence Day Celebration in Arsenal… Continue Reading
Proposed new mixed-used development at 3330-3350 Penn Avenue and 3400-3404 Penn Avenue. Lawrenceville Corporation (LC) is working with ACTION-Housing to develop affordable housing across both sites.
Three community meetings have already been held to inform the design of this project. Plans have not changed substantially since the last of those community meetings.
LC is seeking relief from the Zoning Board of Adjustment for side setbacks, billboard sign relocation, and multi-family use in Urban Industrial.
We’re looking to hire an Engagement & Sustainability Associate here at Lawrenceville United for a part-time paid position this summer. Start and end dates are flexible.… Continue Reading