John Coltrane House BREWERYTOWN - The Brewerytown house that once belonged to famed jazz saxophonist John Coltrane will not be torn down, but a neighboring property has applied for demolition.Philadelphia Licenses and Inspection said Saturday the next door property at 1509 North 33rd Street has secured a zoning permit, but a demolition permit is still under review. The clarification comes after many have pointed out a "Notice of Demolition" sign on the home with a deadline of March 10. An L&I spokesperson told FOX 29 this message needs to be revised to show that a nearby property has filed for a demolition application which can not happen before March 10. The John Coltrane House has been a national landmark since 1999.
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