Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue.

Information & Updates

Phase II Construction Information - February 2016

Phase II of the Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue is scheduled to begin in February 2016. During this period, a new parking garage will be constructed on the rear portion of East Main (Pike) Lot, portions of Ithan and Lancaster Avenues will be widened and a pedestrian bridge will be constructed at Church Walk. Construction activity is targeted to conclude in February 2017 (new garage and road widening) and May 2017 (pedestrian bridge). Please review the information below for more details.

View email regarding Phase II construction activity sent to all employees and students

View map of Phase I and II construction activity

View Campus Map Updated February 2016

 

Phase II Construction Neighbors Meeting - February 10, 2016

Neighbors were invited to campus to discuss details related to the first phase of construction for the Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue. Please follow the link below to view a copy of the information that was shared. Additional meetings will be scheduled throughout the project's multi-year construction period.

View presentation from February 10, 2016 Phase II Construction Neighbors Meeting

 

Phase I Construction Neighbors Meeting - October 6, 2015

Neighbors were invited to campus to discuss details related to the first phase of construction for the Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue. Please follow the link below to view a copy of the information that was shared. Additional meetings will be scheduled throughout the project's multi-year construction period.

View presentation from October 6, 2015 Phase I Construction Neighbors Meeting

 

Phase I Construction Information - September 2015

Phase I of the Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue is scheduled to begin in September 2015. During this period, two levels will be added to the existing St. Augustine Center (SAC) parking garage on main campus and a surface parking lot will be created around Moriarty, Griffin and Geraghty Halls on Lancaster Avenue. Construction activity is scheduled to conclude in January 2016 (Lancaster Avenue surface parking) and February 2016 (SAC garage). This construction will impact students, faculty, staff and visitors who normally park in these areas. Please review the information below for more details.

View email regarding SAC Parking Garage construction sent to all employees

View email regarding Lancaster Avenue Surface Parking construction sent to those assigned to park at Moriarty, Griffin, Geraghty, Farrell & Stone Halls and the Technology Services Building

View map of Phase I construction activity

 

Final Land Development Approval Resolution - July 2015

The Radnor Township Board of Commissioners voted on July 13, 2015 to grant final land development approval for Villanova University's Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue.

View the Final Land Development Approval Resolution

 

Conditional Use Approval Decision - December 2014

The Radnor Township Board of Commissioners voted on December 5, 2014 to approve Villanova University's request to apply the CICD ordinance to its main parking lots on Lancaster Avenue. 

View the Conditional Use Decision and Order

 

Comprehensive Integrated College Development (CICD) Amendment - March 2014

On March 31, 2014, the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners approved Villanova University’s petition to amend the zoning code to provide for a new use, a Comprehensive Integrated College Development (CICD), within the Planned Institutional Zoning District. 

View the Comprehensive Integrated College Development (CICD) Ordinance 

 

Villanova University Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue Responses to Questions and Concerns

In the spring of 2012, Radnor Township collected residents’ questions and concerns regarding the Design Concept for Lancaster Avenue and submitted them to Villanova. Posted here are the University's answers. Input from the neighbors and Township staff helped the project evolve to ensure that it addresses concerns while meeting the needs of both the University and surrounding community.

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