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Proposed plans for Route 33 Exchange still looking for approval

PALMER TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Palmer Township Planning Commission heard plans for a hotel, restaurants and other uses for the Route 33 Exchange Tuesday night.

No approvals were given for the proposed Chrin Commerce Centre lots consolidation and quadrant, but here's a breakdown of the project:

Lot Consolidation

  • Combines three existing lots into two
  • Plans to develop two distribution buildings
  • Existing lots 5 and 6 are proposed to hold around a 198,000 square-foot building on a 13.71-acre lot with parking spaces for 32 trailers, 142 cars, and 41 loading docks.
  • Existing lot 4 is proposed to be a 142,600 square-foot building on an 8.90-acre lot with parking spaces for 26 trailers, 83 cars, and 22 loading docks.
  • Properties are located on the south side of Commerce Lane at the intersection of McFadden Road.

Chrin Southeast Quadrant

  • The plan proposes a commercial development, which contains a hotel, restaurant, fast-food restaurant and convenience store with a gas station and a car wash.
  • This will be located on a 13.26-acre lot on the south side of Main Street at the intersection of Trolley Line Drive.
  • The area is known as the southeast quadrant of the Route 33 and Main Street interchange.

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