Severyn Development has gone back to the drawing board. The developer’s previous proposal for six townhouses on a vacant lot at the northeast corner of Jersey and 14th streets was panned by neighbors primarily over concerns over the loss of on-street parking due to driveway access from 14th Street. A neighborhood meeting to unveil a new concept, with one less unit, has been scheduled for February 27.
From the invitation from Councilman David Rivera’s office:
Severyn Development will still be constructing five single family row house structures, but have been successful in designing a rear driveway to service the garage units, and keep the street parking intact. They have also been able to add front porches making the development more inclusive of the neighborhood.
A new design hasn’t been released, but Severyn’s Instagram page showed this as “inspiration”: