Gladwyne Commons, “located in the village of Gladwyne, is an elegant and sophisticated Main Line redevelopment of eight unique residences of 1,500 to 3,000 square feet. It is designed to complement the style, personality and character of Gladwyne Village. Two new 2,600 square foot single family homes join the blended adaptive re-use of the historic Odd Fellows Hall, the Gladwyne Methodist Church and the Parsonage Building.”
According to PhillyMag.com, “Main Line reBUILD has secured approval from Lower Merion Township—in a unanimous 12-0 vote—to move forward with the development of 310-324 Righters Mill Road. The hearing officers were impressed by the company’s ability to balance preservationist concerns with contemporary neighborhood priorities, including parking and the maintenance of the old structures. They even quoted John Keats when referring to reBUILD’s plans, and for a company specializing in adaptive reuse, you can’t do better than that.” See the full article here.
*Source:PhillyMag.com and MainLineRebuild.com