Toll Brothers Inc. of Horham plans to build one of its Regency age-restricted community at the site of the former Limekiln Golf Club in Horsham at Limekiln Pike and Horsham Road. About 44 percent of the property, or 92 acres, will be preserved as open space. The plan also calls for a mix of single-family and carriage style houses along with a clubhouse.
The project moved ahead due to a venture between Matrix Development Co. of Cranbury, N.J., and Envision Land Use of Wayne – which sought to rezone the former 209-acre golf course into an age-restricted community. They have received approval for the project, writes Natalie Kostelni in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
This project is panning out to be one of the largest residential developments in Montgomery County with nearly 500 housing units. Another large-scale residential project is going through the approval process in Upper Merion, where a developer is proposing to building 65 single-family and 206 townhouses on an 80-acre property referred to as the Glasgow Tract at Route 202, Ross Road and Henderson Road. In Hatfield at Forty Foot and Clemens roads, Pulte Homes wants to build 166 age-restricted units on 34 acres.
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