BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa. – The Bethlehem Township Board of Commissioners granted conditional ultimate land progress program acceptance to a planned flex space organization park Tuesday night. The vote was 3-1.
The proposal from developer Lou Pektor’s Computer Land LLC is composed of 4 structures totaling just about 500,000 square toes as portion of the Penn Center 33 job, acknowledged previously as the Mill Creek Company Centre.
The 62-acre website is found north and west of the William Penn Highway park-and-trip, west of Route 33 and east of Church Highway. Two of the properties can accommodate a complete of four tenants, even though the other two structures are developed for 1 tenant each.
Builders stated Tuesday night time they would first construct out the multi-tenant buildings and then the one-tenant facilities. They extra the properties would not be “logistics” projects.
The structures are being marketed as well-suited for investigation and growth, laboratories, showrooms and place of work house for technology, biotechnology, developing supplies and trade or mild assembly industries.
In addition to the four flex making constructions, the strategy ahead of commissioners named for parking for 630 cars and 64 truck-loading and parking areas, as well as a trailer parking subject.
The applicant earlier acquired preliminary approach acceptance from commissioners on Nov. 15, 2021, and conditional planned company enhancement use approval on Aug. 17, 2020.
Township employees testimonials of the undertaking indicated the buildings’ proposed layout is “wedged in, surrounded by parking loads and surface to be like an industrial park” rather than a prepared business enterprise advancement.
They also asked for supplemental information about how the property’s open place will be utilised, managed and managed.
Earlier, the project’s engineer asked for a waiver of street widening and sidewalk set up together the Emrick Boulevard residence frontage, which the township deferred to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for a ruling. As of Monday night time, PennDOT experienced not provided any ruling.