Falls Township Gives the Green Light to Three Upcoming Land Development Projects

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Officials from the township have approved three new projects for the area.

Three major land development projects have advanced in their review process in Fall Township and are now getting much closer to a final vote, writes Greg Vellner for The Reporter.

“The Falls supervisors have set the wheels in motion for the land development projects,” said the township.

The projects are expected to bring new jobs to the township, improve a shopping center, and serve as a “lifeline” for one local organization.

Gelest has received both preliminary and final approval to build a 28,875-square-foot manufacturing building along with a 7,000-square-foot support building on the 12.8 acres it owns at 11 Steel Road East. The additions would create 26 new jobs, according to Gelest attorney Mike Meginnis.

Britton Realty Morrisville also got preliminary and final approval for a joint project that would help the struggling Elks Lodge remain viable. As part of the arrangement the company made with the Elks Lodge, it would occupy and lease back the lodge’s front portion for $1.

Finally, improvement plans were advanced at Pennsbury Plaza to demolish a part of the shopping center to make way for a Dollar Tree store at the site of the former Pennsbury Movie Theater.

Read more about the projects in The Reporter.


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