WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A 110-acre tract of land in Waynesboro's southeast corner moved closer to becoming a major housing development Monday night when its developer showed his latest plans to the Waynesboro Planning Commission.
Brian McNew of Brim Builders Inc. of Chambersburg, Pa., told the planning commission members that he has downsized his original plans for more than 1,000 multi-family dwelling units to around 890 homes.
The Planning Commission did not take action on the presentation.
All will be one-, two- or three-story townhouses and condominiums, McNew said.
His property runs off Pa. 997 and Welty Road west of the east branch of Antietam Creek and runs up the hill to abut property owned by the Waynesboro Area School District.