Created on Wednesday, 20 June 2012 09:04
A developer is asking Norristown Council for a zoning amendment to allow garden apartments at the Kennedy-Kenrick High School site on Johnson Highway. The plans call for 46 units in the existing four-story building, 117 more in three new three-story buildings on DeKalb Street, behind the school building and in a former school parking lot on Arch Street, and 28 single-family homes. Some of the apartments would be for senior citizens.
The developer wants zoning amendment approval later this summer and land development approval by the end of the year.