One of the increasingly few remaining undeveloped properties in suburban Mercer County might become home to hundreds of people.
A developer is seeking to bring a complex that would include two separate developments to a site near the Hightstown Bypass in East Windsor Township. The company, Kaplan at Tacony, LP of Highland Park, is looking to construct “Camelot at East Windsor” and “Amaranth at East Windsor” at 641 North Main Street by Town Center Road, according to a notice of hearing.
The Camelot project is described as a “multi-family inclusionary development” that would bring 12 buildings with a total of 295 residential units, 65 of which “shall be designated as affordable,” to the premises. Meanwhile, the Amaranth project would involve three buildings with 111 age-restricted residential units, the notice says.
Two clubhouses would be included on the parcel, which is located less than a mile north of Hightstown’s downtown and was largely used for agricultural purposes over the years.
Kaplan at Tacony, LP is reportedly seeking preliminary and final site plan approval with variances from the East Windsor Township Planning Board in order to proceed with the complex. A public hearing has been scheduled for Monday, June 7, at 5:00 p.m.
Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the East Windsor Township Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.