A Conditional Use Hearing slated for the proposed Stocking Works II mixed-use development will take into consideration just one proposal for the former Stockburger Chevrolet site.
Developer Allan Smith – Plan A and Plan B -- however council will consider just one of those during the Conditional Use Hearing set for Dec. 7.
Plan A, the one that will be reviewed next month, would utilize just the approximately six acres that comprise the former Stockburger Chevrolet site and the Sedia property on Penn and State streets. The mixed-use development would feature residential, retail and a two-deck parking structure.
Plan B is similar to the one presented informally to Borough Council in May. It includes the development of two additional acres -- the State Store property plus the adjacent municipal lot – and features additional civic amenities such as a creek walk, a public gathering space and an amphitheatre.
Plan B won’t be considered next month because Smith doesn’t own the one-acre municipal parking lot site. Smith, who owns the State Store property, was the former owner of the municipal lot property but donated it to the borough several years ago
The Conditional Use Hearing will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. at the
Plan A Overview
- Utilizes approximately six acres; former Stockburger site and Sedia property.
- 121 residential units; 72 of which are high end
- Two-deck parking structure with 210 spaces
- 185 spaces in below-ground parking structure
- 28,904 square feet of commercial
- No office square footage
- State Store and municipal lot remain as-is.
- No creek walk
- No public piazza