Learn about neighborhood development and change at Garden Court annual meeting this Thursday

June 14, 2016


Post Brothers recently purchased Garden Court Plaza at 47th and Pine.

Garden Court Community Association‘s annual meeting will take place on Thursday, June 16, at Mosaic Community Church (123 S. 51st St), and the topic will be development and change within the neighborhood, which stretches from Locust Street to Cedar Avenue and from 45th to 52nd Street. All neighbors are invited.

The meeting will discuss planned rental and retail development in Garden Court, improvements related to the Spruce Street and 52nd Street commercial districts. You can also learn about how Garden Court Community Association (GCCA) participates in the zoning and development process, and how you can get involved in shaping the neighborhood over time.

A panel of speakers will include developers and community and economic development professionals: 

• Ryan Hope of Post Brothers, the new owners of Garden Court Plaza (pictured)
• Andrew Stober of University City District
• Akeem Dixon of The Enterprise Center CDC
• Ian McLean of Strong Place Partners – the owner and developer of the former West Philadelphia High Property
• Caitlin Quigley of the GCCA Zoning Committee

The panel will be moderated by Jamie Gauthier, president of GCCA.

The meeting will also include voting on GCCA’s 2016-2017 Board members and officers, updates from GCCA committees, and potluck dinner.

The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and will go on until approximately 9 p.m. If you’re planning to attend, please register here.

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