Check out this rendering of plans for the vacant northeast corner of 22nd and Delaware streets. The two-story project would be built to the sidewalks and include parking in the rear. It is being developed by the not-for-profit King Park Area Development Corp. The group hopes to land a retail tenant for the first floor (they've been in talks
with Ace Hardware). For the second floor, they're looking for a restaurant tenant that could take advantage of an outdoor terrace with skyline views. King Park already is accepting construction bids for the roughly $2-million project. The architect, locally based A2SO4, was charged with designing a building that respects, but does not replicate, historic architecture. Did they pull it off? Will this building fit in?