Location: North Broad Street, Borough of Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Client: Granor - Price Homes
Product: Land Planning, Site Design, Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) Ordinanance and Landscape Architecture
Completion Date: 2004
The successful redevelopment of this former industrial site in Doylestown was years in the planning. The 18.5 acre site along the North Broad Street Corridor has been a key component in the Borough’s economic development plan. Throughout the process, neo-traditional planning concepts have been embraced to create an exceptional living community in Doylestown. The planning team worked closely with the Borough to create a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) Ordinance that ensures a mix of residential and commercial uses, significant green space and a well-planned network of streets and alleys. The architecture is characterized by a focus on building types and details that compliment the Borough’s architecture. The project was so successful that buyers were waiting in line when the project opened to purchase the residential units.