It has been over two years now since the Zoning Board of Adjustment approved plans for a development to reuse parts of the former Brush Factory at 12th and Jackson to create 151 apartments. The property has been left dormant, allowing for break-ins and dumping to occur on a regular basis at the site.
On Monday, October 24, the Lower Moyamensing Civic Association hosted a meeting to express concerns over the status of this property, as a way to “let [developer Tony Rufo] know that we’re noticing,” said Todd Schwartz, president of the organization. When plans first emerged, the community group was optimistic about the project, but after two years and no progress, LoMo Civic and nearby residents want to see something moving forward at the property.
If you see illegal dumping, break-ins or other violations at the property, you can contact 311 or the civic association at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download the Philadelphia 311 app from the app store on your mobile phone, which allows you to submit images with your report.
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Any updates on this story? There has been some very slow, but steady, work going on. The Union has been out protesting today and last week some.