KSLD – Stone Post Meadows Residential Development – Pennsylvania - Project Profile
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K&S Land Development LLC (KSLD) is planning to construct a residential community in the Lehigh Valley region of the state, Pennsylvania, the US.
The project involves the construction of a residential community on 21ha of land. It includes the construction of 645 residential units comprising two- and three-bedroom apartments, office space, a club house, a swimming pool, access roads, parking and related facilities.
In October 2012, KSLD submitted a zoning application to build 500 apartments on the project site.
On January 10, 2014, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission recommended KSLD to conduct a traffic study on the project.
On December 10, 2014, KSLD submitted a zoning application for 645 residential units to Lehigh Valley Planning Commission.
On January 14, 2015, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission rejected approvals for the project.
In July 2015, KSLD filed a lawsuit against the township alleging the zoning ordinance.
In October 2015, the court announced a decision in favor of Planning Commission supporting rejection of planning approval.
The project is being delayed due to opposition from Lehigh Valley Planning Commission.
The Stone Post Meadows project involves the construction of a residential community on 21ha of land in Lower Nazareth Township, Pennsylvania, the US.
The US$220 million project includes the following: