Developers are ready to begin phase four of the Edgehill Town Center. However, in order to proceed, agent Walter Alford came before the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors Dec. 2 requesting the board’s consideration to increase permitted building heights in the village area.
According to Alford, phase four of the project will include a three-story office building, with a 14-foot first floor; 10-foot second floor and third floor ceiling heights that would require a greater limit than the 45-foot limit that is currently imposed.
“This will be a Class A office building,” Alford said. “It will include an open atrium and will offer amenities that are normally not seen in office buildings.”
Alford is asking to change the office building height in the B-2 zoning district to allow for the planned 60-foot maximum height design.
A majority of supervisors expressed favor for the project and said they would do what they could to expedite the process. Glou...
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