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Historical Architectural Review Board
Regular Monthly Meeting
- Date: 10/03/2017 8:15 AM
- Location: Township Administration Bldg - 2nd Floor Board Room
75 East Lancaster Ave, 2nd Floor Board Room
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003-2323
HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
LOWER MERION TOWNSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the Historical Architectural Review Board of Lower Merion Township will hold a meeting on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 8:15 AM in the Board Room on the Second Floor of the Township Building, 75 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA. The Board will review the following applications beginning at 8:30 AM:
Application No. 17-29
Property: 24 West Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003
Applicant: Let Them Play Learning Center
Applicant proposes installing aluminum façade signs with vinyl graphics to be applied to the front (facing West Lancaster Avenue) and rear (facing Haws Terrace) entrances of the commercial building.
Application No. 17-30
Property: 2 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003
Applicant: Carrie Kohs, PucciManuli
Applicant seeks approval for a projecting bracket-mounted hanging sign at the rear (Cricket Avenue-facing) doorway to the store. On July 25, the applicant received approval to re-face an existing corner sign and to install two new façade signs near the main entrance.
Application No. 17-31
Property: 52 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003
Applicant: Oanh Le / LaBelle Nail Bar
Applicant seeks approval for two signs (one facing East Lancaster Avenue, the other facing Rittenhouse Place), each with illuminated channel letters mounted to a raceway. The signs would be mounted to the transom window area similar to how the sign at the former Firinji restaurant in the same building was applied.
Application No. 17-26
Property: 17 Haverford Station Road, Haverford, PA 19041
Applicant: LA Building Contractors Inc./Children’s Book World
District: Haverford Station
Applicant returns following a denial of the September application by the Board of Commissioners of a proposal to replace two existing nine-light storefront windows and a main entrance door with new single-pane aluminum-frame windows and an aluminum-frame door. New design shows simulated transom divisions at the top of the storefront windows.
Application No. 17-22
Property: 929 Merion Square Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035
Applicant: Jeff & Erin Addis
Applicant appeared before the HARB in July and September. The previously presented two-story rear and side addition has been revised to include a third story, which will be visible from the east side on Merion Square Road. Also changed, at the HARB’s request, are rooflines and siding details.
Application No. 17-23
Property: 501, 503, 507 Old Lancaster Road, Haverford, PA 19041
Applicant: Michael Main
District: Haverford Station
Applicant appeared before the HARB in July and September for this development proposal on a triangular property bound by Old Lancaster Road and the railroad. Applicant seeks approval to demolish a contributing property to the historic district at 503 Old Lancaster Road. Also required for the development to proceed as designed are an Historic Resource Inventory amendment (to classify the remaining contributing house at 507 Old Lancaster Road) and approval of Conditional Use incentives to reduce setbacks and allow for side garages (instead of front-loading attached garages) on a proposed twin residence. An additional single-family residence would be constructed on the east end of the site.
Property: 607 Loves Lane, Wynnewood, PA 19096
Applicant: Michael Emma
District: English Village
Applicant proposes to renovate an existing non-contributing single-story house, adding a second story and altering the architectural style. The house faces the curvilinear Loves Lane on both the front and rear.
NOTE: Applications acted upon at the Historical Architectural Review Board will be discussed at the following meetings:
Building & Planning Committee
Board of Commissioners
If an application is TABLED, it is not forwarded to the Building and Planning Committee.
Anyone interested in reviewing the applications and plans submitted by the applicant may review this information in the Building Regulations Division of the Building and Planning Department at the Lower Merion Township Building (Monday-Friday, 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM).
Anyone requiring special accommodations to attend this meeting should contact this office at least three days prior to the meeting - (610) 645-6172.
Michael R. Wylie, Secretary
Scott Kalner, Chair
Philip Franks, Vice-Chair