Several New Establishments Coming to Long-Empty Land on Veterans Highway in Bristol Township

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The empty space will be used for a plethora of new establishments.

A town in Bucks County is set to have a few new businesses built in the local area, with an empty space being put to good use. Damon C. Williams wrote about the developments for the Bucks County Courier Times.

Bristol Township is about to get a new hotel, storage facility, and a Starbucks. Developer DCD Capital and its principal owner Bill Davidson are moving forward with the redevelopment of the long-empty strip on Veterans Highway. In addition to a Starbucks coffee outlet, the new complex will include a Woodpsring Suites hotel, four-story Extra Space self-storage facility, and a quick-change auto oil change location.

The developer was granted the requested variances from Bristol Township’s Zoning Hearing Board during its meeting earlier this month. This gave a green light to the project that will occupy 3105 and 3113 Veterans Highway to proceed.

The next step in the process for the developer is to submit the official design for the site to the township. The development will occupy a total of 9.5 net acres of land adjacent to a U-Haul facility.

“The site has been vacant for quite a long time and other than the wetlands, it’s mostly paved,” said Chris Jensen of T&M Associates, the creators of the overall plan.

Read more about the project in the Bucks County Courier Times.

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