The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday night on a rezoning that will allow for a 131-home planned unit development just south of Gloucester Court House. The development, to be called Main Street Landing, will sit on a nearly 60-acre parcel at the southern intersection of Route 17 and Business 17/Main Street and will be an age-targeted community.
There were mixed comments about the rezoning during the public hearing that was held on the matter just prior to the board’s vote in the colonial courthouse. A 124-unit development had already been approved for the site nearly a decade ago under the name The Villas of Gloucester.
The developer of Main Street Landing, Angela Healy, said she and her husband Robert have been lifelong residents of Gloucester. “We have deep roots here in Gloucester and we know the community well,” she said. She said she understands the need for “thoughtful and controlled development” in the county and emp...
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