Greenlit Phoenixville Housing Plan Includes Hundreds of Residences

Image via Phoenixville Borough Council.

New Phoenixville housing got final unanimous approval by the city’s borough council. The Odessa housing development will include 166 stacked townhomes and a 224-unit apartment building, writes Holly Herman for the Phoenixville Patch.

The apartment building will have commercial space on the first floor and also include a 351-spot parking garage.  

The housing development is set to be near the Schuylkill River Trail. The original plan included a connection to Ashburn Road, but nearby residents had some concerns. Some cited an increase in traffic as a reason to not go through with the plan.  

“We do not want heavy traffic on private streets in Fillmore Village,” said Phoenixville resident Andrew Karnawski. “Let’s make it a nice spot.” 

The developer, Franklin Phoenixville, LP, did not go through with the connection road, and instead decided on an emergency access road. The development calls for a total of 390 residences.  

Read more about the Phoenixville housing development in the Phoenixville Patch.  

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