St. Peter's Village - Reinventing a Small Town
Discovered an old dilapidated village and developed a vision to turn it into a European style village, negotiated, and purchased a large assemblage of properties (over $10 Million) know as the old St. Peters Village involving a large plot of land capable of adding 121 residential units to the village; negotiated a rare Memo of Understanding with Township/PADEP for accelerated development/approval schedule; land planned and managed the design of a new 121 Mixed Unit residential component ($100 Million projected sales) plus commercial shops receiving Final Plan Approval in less than 12 months; managed the installation of new sewer and water lines; designed and completed the reconstruction of Penndot roadway and adjacent streetscape through the Village and the installation of new infrastructure for residential component per the approved Plans (including negotiating permission from the PA Bureau of Mining and Reclamation to utilize the existing abandoned granite quarry as a permanent storm water basin); completely reconstructed the St. Peters Inn & Restaurant (and operated), with bar, large outside dinning area, and banquet facility; reconstructed commercial shops; created/designed and built a new St. Peters Bakery in one of the existing units (and operated); managed the design and construction of various 'green' model homes for the new 121 Mixed Unit Residential Component ("The Falls"). Over $31 Million in property and site improvements. (Brought in 50% silent partner)
Reading Eagle Front Page Article 01-1_edited_edited
St. Peter's Village
Front View of St. Peter's Village.
'The Falls' Model Home
Model Single-Family Home for 'The Falls' Community.
Model Townhomes Constructed for 'The Falls' Community.
'The Falls' Twin Model
St. Peter's Inn
St. Peter's Inn during Reconstruction.
St. Peter's Inn
St. Peter's Inn after Renovations - Open for Business!
St. Peter's Street View
Street View of St. Peters during Oktoberfest - 6,000 attendees.
St. Peter's Bakery Deck
Newly Created Deck off the Back of St. Peter's Bakery - Open to the Public!
Olde Towne Signs St Peters Entrance Sign copy
Phila Inquirer article - Bellewood Golf Club_edited
Newspaper article st. peters inn 2010