Land Development Projects-Under Review

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

Name/File No.: Ravens Claw Parcel A Subdivision (#19-01 P/F) 

Location: Masters Drive
Review Phase: Preliminary/Final

Mikelen LLC proposed to subdivide the 5.95 Acres “health club lot” into 7 lots for the purposes of constructing single family dwellings. On December 19, 2018, the zoning hearing board granted relief to increase the overall density of the R-1 golf course community standards to permit the creation of seven dwellings. Dwellings are all proposed to take access off of Master’s Drive which is a township owned road. The project is proposed to be serviced by public water and sewer.

History: The Limerick Township portion of Ravens Claw community was originally approved as Heritage Hills Golf Club proposing 193 dwelling units, an 18-hole golf course and clubhouse on 112 Acres, and a 5.95 acre lot for health club or daycare center on 225 acre Tract which was recorded March 11, 2005.

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

Location: Swamp Pike & Ridge Pike
Review Phase: Preliminary (phase 2A & 2B)/Final (Phase 2A only) Plan

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.: Restaurant Depot (#17-05) 

Location: Township Line Road & Buckwalter Road
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan- Approval received January 15, 2019

Restaurant Depot proposes to construct a one story, 62,810 SF retail building on 15.35 Acres identified as Lot 1 of the Provco Subdivision (No. 17-04) located at the intersection of Township Line Road and Buckwalter Road in the RB Retail Business District. A total of 293 parking spaces are proposed of which 231 are to be built and 62 are proposed to be placed into reserve. The project will be serviced by public water and public sewer.

Name/File No.: 181 Limerick Center Road (#16-09) 

Location: 181 Limerick Center Road
Review Phase: Final Plan received May 2, 2019

T.P. Trailers, Inc. propose to construct 35,198 SF building for office, shop and warehouse located at 181 Limerick Center Road located in the O/LI Office/Limited Industrial District. The premises will be used to manufacture truck bodies, trailers and related components, painting of manufactured and assembled units which are accessory to manufacturing, auto repair, warehouse and distribution of parts and components, office and outside storage as accessory use. In addition to the building the Applicant is proposing roadway widening, curb and sidewalk along Limerick Center Road. The project will be serviced by public water and sewer. Interior site improvements include curb, walkways, landscaping, parking and storm water management facilities. The plans have been designed to accommodate a regional trail route along the western property line.

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

Location: 150 Linfield Trappe Road
Review Phase: Preliminary Plan- Approval received March 26, 2018

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.