The number of large undeveloped properties in suburban Mercer County is continuing to shrink as new single-family, multi-family, and industrial projects continue to be constructed in the area. Now, a 45-acre piece of farmland in West Windsor Township is the latest lot to become the subject of a residential development application.
A project called The Reserve at West Windsor is being proposed by Toll Brothers for 2001 Old Trenton Road, a site located by the corner of Dorchester Drive near the East Windsor Township line and the Hightstown Bypass.
This “age-restricted townhouse and stacked-townhouse development” would include 88 residential units, 22 of which “will be reserved for very-low, low-, and moderate-income households,” according to an October 5 memo from Burgis Associates, Inc.
There would be a mixture of two-bedroom units and three-bedroom units spread among 20 buildings. A pool, a clubhouse, rain gardens, and 334 parking spaces are also envisioned, the memo says, adding that the complex is slated to be constructed in two phases.
A hearing is expected regarding the plans for The Reserve during the West Windsor Township Planning Board’s meeting on Wednesday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. at 271 Clarksville Road, according to an agenda.
Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the West Windsor Township Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.