ARDMORE The mixed-use residential and retail development proposed by Dranoff Properties would add 36 public parking spaces in downtown Ardmore, a representative of the firm said during a presentation to the Planning Commission on Tuesday.
Josh Weingram, Dranoff project manager, also said the firm was negotiating to bring a "celebrity chef" restaurant to the planned development on Cricket Avenue.
One Ardmore Place would include a three-story parking structure, 110 underground parking spaces for residents, and some surface parking.
The development would replace a public parking lot with 175 spaces. The township would set rates and time limits for the 211 public spaces proposed in the garage, Weingram said.