Bryn Eyre, proposed by Arcadia Land company, will be a mixed-use “new urbanist” town located on a 2,582-acre brownfields site directly adjacent to the Morgantown interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The land, identified in the Berks County 2020 Plan as the largest growth area for new development, will encompass 12,500 residential units, ranging from single-family homes and townhomes to duplexes, twins, and condominium units; 3 elementary schools and a middle school; 3.2 million square feet of office space; 1.5 million square feet of retail space; and 600,000 square feet of light industrial space. Approximately 935 acres of the site will be undeveloped and left as open space, including a 150-acre park serving the entire region and preservation of a 130-acre lake. Construction is expected to start in 2009.
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