Real Estate Notes: New Housing Developments Coming to Jackson Township

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Real Estate Notes: New Housing Developments Coming to Jackson Township


Spatter, Sam, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


- Don Rodgers of Creative Real Estate Development Co. is planning to develop two new housing complexes in Jackson Township, Butler County, consisting of Creekside Manor, a senior housing complex including three four-story buildings with 68 units in each and Creekside Commons, a workforce rental apartment, consisting of 263 town house units developed over three phases with 80 units in the first two phases and the remaining 103 units in the final phase. He also has a potential 100,000-square-foot office tenant for a 20- acre site adjacent to the housing complex and will sell a 23-acre site, which he recently acquired adjacent to the property, to a 70,000-square-foot retailer. He said he plans to present the projects to township officials within 45 days. In adjoining Lancaster Township, he is building Arden Woods, consisting of 580 housing units, a mixture of single-family, town house, quads and apartments. Rodgers also is building a 107-lot single-family development on Tollgate Road, where "I got preliminary, conditional and final approval after two meetings in two weeks, which would have taken three years in Cranberry," but Ron Henshaw, Cranberry community development director, says developers of projects with the right cooperation could take only a year for approval.

- A traffic study by Trans Associates of a stretch of Morganza Road, between West McMurray and the Georgetown and Cecil-Henderson roads, could spur the development of the 911-acre Cool Valley development in Cecil, Washington County. The study must be completed, reviewed and accepted by PennDOT as to where up to three intersections will be created for entry into the development. Then, engineering and other planning can begin on the first phase of 250 acres. Ron Sabatino, who with his partner, T&R Properties Group of Ohio, first announced the development nearly four years ago, is sponsoring the study. According to Bill McGowen, executive director of the Redevelopment Authority of Washington County, once the road plan is adopted and the sponsors sign off on where the intersections, traffic signals and turning lanes will be placed, efforts will begin to help fund the infrastructure. He said the work could begin by spring 2015. He said that, although the authority has a potential tenant involved in light manufacturing for the site, the major focus will be on office space.

- The cold chill of February affected the local real estate market as both the number of houses placed under sales agreements and the average price of houses sold were below figures for the same month last year, according to the West Penn Multi-List Inc. …

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