The developer of The Villas at Gloucester Courthouse will seek a Planned Unit Development rezoning for the project, which could see changes compared to the original site plan.
Addressing last Thursday’s meeting of the Gloucester County Planning Commission, developer Angela Healy of Andor Development Inc. said that she is seeking to shift the community from age-restricted (80 percent of the residents aged 55 or older, 20 percent under 55) to age-targeted.
Development studies pertaining to The Villas were conducted from 2004-2007, with rezoning approved for an “age-restricted community” in 2007.
An age-targeted community is one that has homes built and marketed in such a manner that they appeal to older, retirement-age citizens, but does not prevent people under 55 from living in the community.
The site plan for the Villas was approved in 2009 and this approval is valid until 2020.
The property in question is roughly 60 acres on the east side of Route 17 Bypass on ...
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