800 Block East Washington North



old Don Miller auto repair shop

graphic from original Gebhardt proposal

Gebhardt Development is proposing a full block development called the Galaxie on the old Don Miller auto dealership site on the 800 block of East Washington Avenue. The parcel was orginially purchased by the city under a land banking deal with the idea of pursuing a full block development. The city put the property up for sale through an RFP process. Gebhardt's proposal was selected over two others submitted by CD Smith and Terrence Wall.

The developer is now engaging the neighborhood and the city on the final design phase.

News: "Festival Foods to open urban-style grocery store in 800 East Washington development"

Ground breaking ceremony: Sept. 16, 2014

Plan documents on the city website

Approved plans:
apartments: 201 units, 338 bedrooms
Live/work: 20 units, 20 bedrooms
Condos: 25 units, 52 bedrooms

parking stalls:
grocery: 183
retail: 79
Commercial: 131
bike parking:360

gross square feet:
Grocery: 55,000
Parking: 292,600
Commercial/Retail/Office: 77,500
Rental residential:220,100
Owner occupied residential: 27,100

Corner of E. Wash and N. Paterson
Corner of E. Wash and N.Livingston
Corner of E. Mifflin and N. Paterson

Shadow Study

Phase II Modification Figures (15mb)

Corner of E. Mifflin and N. Livingston





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Last updated 24 September, 2015 by Patrick Heck (