NCCo Land Use Department rejects Stoltz high rise plan for Greenville
News Journal 5/16/08
A plan by Stoltz Real Estate Partners to build a 12-story midrise addition to the Greenville Shopping Center has been rejected by the New Castle County Department of Land Use.
In its decision last month, the department said the plan did not meet the criteria for a redevelopment project because it would not demolish more than 50 percent of the current floor area of the site.
Tom Gailey, a spokesman for the Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.-based company, said the developers will meet with the department and review the plan before deciding whether to submit a new design.
The project is among five the company is undertaking in New Castle County. The others include redevelopment of the former DuPont Co. office campus, Barley Mill Plaza, on Lancaster Pike, and a shopping center at the intersection of Concord Pike and Beaver Valley Road.
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