From The Intelligencer: Dublin Town Center could change face of borough

November 01, 2019

Obermayer partner Nate Fox garners land development approval to Dublin Town Center I L.P. On October 14th, 2019 Dublin Borough Council members gave preliminary and final plan approval to revitalize 17 acres in the borough. Plans include one single family home, 78-townhouses, 15,000-square-foot mixed use building, a 14,830 square-foot “one story community health care building,” and “adaptive reuse” of multiple existing buildings along state Route 313 (North Main Street) and Elephant Road in Dublin Borough, Bucks County, PA. Construction is expected to begin in 2020 on this exciting mixed use project in the heart of Dublin Borough with the stated goal of creating a town square and community hub.

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Nate Fox heads the suburban zoning land use team. He concentrates his multifaceted practice in real estate transactions, zoning and land use, construction, business, and corporate law. He has extensive experience in representing real estate and development clients in the commercial, industrial, residential, multifamily, hospitality, and energy industries. He has also consulted buyers, sellers, owners, and tenants in drafting and negotiating commercial real estate leases, sales, and purchases of self-storage, office, retail, senior living and elder care facilities, warehouse, raw ground, and various commercial and industrial properties.  For more information on Nate and his practice, click here.

 

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