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The owner of a new vintage shop near the Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse, which was recently denied a zoning variance, says a petition against the store was signed by 28 residents, and that she personally supported the Warehouse.
| October 17, 2012 |
Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse is expected to stop operating out of a Fishtown building after last-minute opposition at a zoning meeting nixed their request for a variance.
| October 10, 2012 |
Seeking refuge from a 2nd Street food truck ban, several vendors have taken root at 2nd and Poplar streets, where an outdoor space welcomes customers.
| July 13, 2011 |
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In reference to the complaint of chemicals, Duffey told
Furniture store’s zoning denial was supported by 28 signatures →
“Everyone has said if we had a lawyer there it would have been a slam dunk, but we didn’t take a lawyer,” Duffey said of the ZBA meeting.
Mid-Century needs new space after zoning refusal →