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Mr. Don Rodgers

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CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

Direct Phone: (724) ***-**** ext. **       

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CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

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But the company has withdrawn the ...

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But the company has withdrawn the permit application, said Don Rodgers of Creative Real Estate Development. Rodgers would not discuss the withdrawn application, but said the Murphy Tractor development is progressing.


Back to the future

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Don Rodgers, owner of Cranberry-based Creative Real Estate, is banking on that shift.His company is developing a 200-acre parcel that is in the township's traditional neighborhood zone.

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Creative Real Estate has been working on the development with township officials for about three years, Rodgers said.
The community, to be called Park Place, would have 800 homes, including apartments, townhouses, carriage houses and single-family houses.
Forty percent of the development will be open acreage, including nine parks.Single-family homes would cost $300,000 and up.
Rodgers said that traditional neighborhood developments are popular, in part, to combat urban sprawl where communities are focused on large houses and large lots.


Cranberry steakhouse gets OK

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Before the unanimous vote, Maureen Sweeney, attorney for Cranberry developer Don Rodgers, asked the supervisors to deny the plans for Hereford & Hops because the company did not propose a direct service road connection between Rodgers' property to the east and Cranberry Woods Drive to the west.

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Rodgers thought the connection should be required regardless of cost.His attorneys argued that building the connection would be good planning and would relieve traffic congestion on Route 228 by providing an east-west alternative parallel to the highway.
The connection would benefit Rodgers because his Route 228 Commercial Center, previously known as Knockout Development, is next door.
Plans call for Hereford & Hops to be built on six acres on the south side of Route 228.
The restaurant's entrance will be a right-in-only ramp from Route 228, and its exit will be through nearby Kristoffer Drive.The master plan for Cranberry Woods office park, which is south of the Hereford & Hops site, shows a direct connection between Cranberry Woods Drive and Kristoffer eventually being built, but it would be south of the service road that Rodgers wanted to see extended.


Cranberry steakhouse gets OK

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Before the unanimous vote, Maureen Sweeney, attorney for Cranberry developer Don Rodgers, asked the supervisors to deny the plans for Hereford & Hops because the company did not propose a direct service road connection between Rodgers' property to the east and Cranberry Woods Drive to the west.

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Rodgers thought the connection should be required regardless of cost.His attorneys argued that building the connection would be good planning and would relieve traffic congestion on Route 228 by providing an east-west alternative parallel to the highway.
The connection would benefit Rodgers because his Route 228 Commercial Center, previously known as Knockout Development, is next door.
Plans call for Hereford & Hops to be built on six acres on the south side of Route 228.
The restaurant's entrance will be a right-in-only ramp from Route 228, and its exit will be through nearby Kristoffer Drive.The master plan for Cranberry Woods office park, which is south of the Hereford & Hops site, shows a direct connection between Cranberry Woods Drive and Kristoffer eventually being built, but it would be south of the service road that Rodgers wanted to see extended.


Cranberry restaurant plans recommended despite service road dispute

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The approvals followed a lengthy discussion about Hereford & Hops and some objections about the steakhouse from Bob Blumling, attorney for Cranberry developer Don Rodgers.

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It lies across Route 228 from Rodgers' earlier enterprise, Cranberry Commons shopping center.
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Rodgers would benefit from the connection between Cranberry Woods Drive and the Route 228 Commercial Center, which will in turn connect to Kristoffer Drive, the main access to the Cranberry Commons development across the street.
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Maureen Sweeney, another attorney for Rodgers, complained in a letter to the planning commission that Hereford & Hops' plans propose a curb cut onto Route 228, and the township generally seeks to limit curb cuts on major highways.

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