There's plenty of activity in Ardmore, these days. Here is some of it:
One Ardmore Place, the big new apartment on Cricket Ave, looks to start housing tenants this summer, and is taking applications now. The parking garage on the lower floors should be open to the public as soon as February, and will initially be free parking.
The form based zoning code process continues, with 23 more planned meetings for discussion and community input.
Over by Suburban Square, there's a planned new crosswalk at Coulter and Anderson to make that crossing safer for pedestrians.
Septa is ready to start taking bids for the long-awaited train station overhaul, which should be a two-year project once it gets started. Ardmore train commuters who park in the lot may need to use other stations for awhile during the project.
Lastly, the property next to the original Tired Hands has been sold. Not sure what that means for the proposed mini-Target at that site.
Pictured, is is Ernie McNeely, Lower Merion's Township Manager, talking about some of the Ardmore news at Armen Chevrolet, during the ABA's breakfast meeting.