Ross commissioners approve first phase of housing development at former Highland Country Club

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Ross Township commissioners Monday approved a site plan for the first two phases of a housing development on the site of the former Highland Country Club.

The first phase will be townhouses and the second will be an 18-lot subdivision, said Jonathan Kamin, an attorney representing Limerick Land Partners.

The first phases are along Gass Road. An entrance to that portion of the plan will be built along Gass across from Peony Road.

When the development is completed, it will consist of 134 single-family homes and 167 townhouses.


Sandy Trozzo, freelance writer: suburbanliving@post-gazette.com

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