Upper Merion Approves over 500-home Toll Brothers King of Prussia Development

Martin Connor, Chief Financial Officer at Horsham-based Toll Brothers, is worried about salary and benefit costs as demand for new homes continues to grow.

Upper Merion recently approved over 500 new single family and townhouse homes at the Village at Valley Forge and off Route 202, writes Natalie Kostelni for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Built on seven acres, the Horsham-based Toll Brothers’ new project at the Village at Valley Forge will be called Overlook at Town Center and will begin sales in January between $400,000 and $600,000.

Plans for the development of 206 townhouses and 65 single family houses will take place on 80 acres of land known as the Glasgow Tract off Route 202, near Ross Road and Henderson Road.

These upcoming projects for Toll Brothers adds to the boom in development King of Prussia is experiencing.

In the midst of a global pandemic, Toll Brothers is finding that some people no longer want to live in Center City, or other urban areas.

While not a tightly compacted urban environment, King of Prussia has many restaurants, office space, and medical facilities to offer as well as green space such as parks.

Other projects Toll Brothers is currently working on include over 100 single-family houses called The Enclave at the Promenade in Upper Dublin.

Read more about the Toll Brothers developments and other developments taking place around Montgomery County on Philadelphia Business Journal here.

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