A housing growth in West Deer will proceed following approval of the plan of heaps by township supervisors earlier this month.
The Kingston Plan, previously often known as the Unionville Plan and positioned at 292 East Union Highway, was accredited by township supervisors Jan. 18. The subdivision requires heaps to accommodate 45 single-family dwellings on a 29-acre tract close to East Union Presbyterian Church.
“West Deer has all the mandatory forces that drive development and new growth, together with quick access to main highways, purchasing and leisure,” mentioned Frank Zokaites of Northwest Land 1016 LP, the property proprietor. “The college district can also be very properly regarded.”
Zokaites mentioned there’s a “common scarcity of moderately priced housing within the county, and there was an entire lack of main latest residential growth in West Deer.”
West Deer supervisors just lately accredited the Kingston Plan at 292 East Union Highway. The subdivision requires heaps to accommodate 45 single-family dwellings on a 29-acre tract close to East Union Presbyterian Church.
Township officers didn’t reply to a number of inquiries for remark.
The estimated mission worth of the Kingston Plan is $15 million to $19 million, with houses beginning round $300,000.
Zokaites mentioned he expects to interrupt floor on the mission this summer season.
“There’s a necessity for single-household houses in West Deer Township,” mentioned David Lucci of Victor Wetzel Associates, the panorama architect for the mission.
Oakwood Heights increasing
In the meantime, a 77-home Oakwood Heights residential growth, additionally in West Deer and owned by Zokaites, is below building and opening for gross sales quickly.
The houses will probably be constructed within the present Oakwood Heights growth off Bairdford Highway, the place there at the moment are 47 single-family houses. The deliberate additions will deliver the full to 124.
The beginning value of the houses is anticipated to be within the mid-$300,000 vary.
“We’ve quite a few potential new West Deer residents anxiously ready for the Oakwood Heights opening, and Kingston will provide another option,” Zokaites mentioned. “Kingston will provide housing choices that meet the wants of households that want comfort, privateness and a smaller neighborhood to take pleasure in life’s pleasures.”