Land Development Projects-Under Review

Land Development Projects – Under Review (Not a complete listing)

Name/File No.: Everleigh at Limerick Pointe (#18-09 P/F Phase 2A) 

Location: Swamp Pike & Ridge Pike
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan Approval received June 4, 2019; Final Phase 2A not yet submitted

Cooper Acquisitions LP is proposing to construct 156 townhouses on 18.46 acres in the MHP Mobile Home Park zoning district with associated 492 parking spaces for town house residents and 67 parking spaces for visitors. This is Phase 2 of the Limerick Town Center project. The project is proposed to be served by public water and sewer.

History: The Limerick Town Center project received conditional use approval on September 5, 2017. The master plan contemplated 186 townhouses, 156 senior living units and 152 assisted living units along with 32,000 SF commercial space. Phase 1 received final plan approval on December 4, 2018 to construct of a four story 190,895 GSF senior living building to house 87 senior independent living units, 41 assisted living units and 32 memory care units.

Name/File No.: RC: Weaver Properties (#17-11 P) 

Location: 150 Linfield Trappe Road
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan Approval received March 26, 2018; Final not yet submitted

Rouse Chamberlin Homes proposes to consolidate three parcels of the original weaver subdivision (Paul W. Weaver 1974-04) to create 16.89 acres (net) land mass which will support 15 new single-family homes in the R-2 Low Density District using the Cluster Option. The proposed access will be from Linfield Trappe Road with proposed cartways of 32 feet wide which will allow parking on one side of the road. The roads are offered for dedication to the Township. Secondary emergency access will be provided to Royersford Road. Trail and sidewalk are proposed to facilitate connection from the community to the regional trail link in the adjacent Ashbrook Estates. There will be an HOA established to manage/maintenance the open space. The project will be serviced by public water and sewer.

Name/File No.: Robert Betz (#19-02)

Location: Lot 7 Zara Drive
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan

Robert Betz proposes to build a 19,224 SF warehouse building with office space and a vehicle service area on 2.8 acres at Lot 7 on Zara Drive in the O/LI Office/Limited Industrial District. The property will be served by public sewer and well.

Name/File No.: Gambone: Fox Ridge/Ruth addition (#19-03)

Location: 614 W. Ridge Pike
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan

Gambone Brothers propose to demolish the buildings located at 614 W. Ridge Pike and consolidate four lots into one property of the Fox Ridge Apartment complex. This will total 24.49 new acres in the MS Main Street Zoning District and R-5 Village Residential District. The new buildings proposed are intended to complement the existing Fox Ridge community and include a 2,400 SF community office building and a 5,565 SF, 8-unit apartment building. The Applicant filed appeal to the Zoning Bearing board with regard to setbacks on the eastern side of the property with respect to the adjacent pond. The hearing was held on November 20, 2019. The project will be served by public water and sewer.

Name/File No.: Piazza Realty Co., Inc. (#19-04)

Location: 3373 W. Ridge Pike
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan

Piazza Realty Co., Inc. seeks to construct 19 townhouses as well as 2 commercial buildings totaling 226,971 SF at 3373 W. Ridge Pike in the MS Main Street Zoning District. This will create 2 parcels with the residential tract being 2.33 acres and the commercial 3.05 acres. Conditional Use approval for the project was received on March 6, 2018. The project will be served by public water and sewer.

Name/File No.: Linfield Fire Station (#19-08)

Location: 1077 Main Street, Linfield
Review Phase: Preliminary/Final Plan

Limerick Fire Department seeks to demolish the existing Linfield Station at 1077 Main Street in the R-3 Medium Density Zoning District and construct a new 20,800 gross sf fire station. The proposed building will have a basement, ground level and an upper level. The basement will be 3,600 sf, the ground level will be 12,000 sf of which 6,800 sf will be for engine bays and 5,200 sf will be for office use and the upper level will be 5,200 sf which will be for fire personnel sleeping/locker accommodations. Access to/from the site will be along Main Street via two (2) existing curb cuts. In addition to the proposed building the project will also be proposing a total of 39 parking spaces, landscaping, lighting, stormwater basin and a 2,400 sf storage building with a paved access drive located behind the proposed fire station. The project will be served by public water and sewer.

Established in 1913 and historically known as Linfield Fire Co. No. 1, the Linfield Fire Company merged with Limerick Fire Company spring of 2019 to create the Limerick Fire Department. The existing fire station received conditional use approval July 16, 2013 to continue use as existing fire station.