LOWER MERION TOWNSHIP, PA — A development in Ardmore was recently named the winner of a 2020 Montgomery Award for its architecture, streetscape, and public space.
Seven projects and their creators were honored at a virtual Montgomery Awards celebration sponsored by the.
The annual program recognizes the best in planning and design, advocacy, and environmental stewardship in Montgomery County and acknowledges the high-quality work and commitment of communities, organizations, and professionals.
In Ardmore, it was Station Row at Suburban Square that won an award.
Station row is a mixed-used development that won the award for effective master planning, streetscape and pedestrian improvements, and sensitive architectural design.
Station Row’s development involved the construction of a 37,500 square-foot building on a former surface parking lot near the Ardmore Regional Rail station.
Art Deco-inspired architecture, a pedestrian-friendly streetscape, and inviting public space were all elements of this addition.