Conshohocken’s zoning board grants variances for condo community on East Elm Street allowing it to move forward

During the July 19th zoning hearing in Conshohocken, Craft Custom Homes was granted the variances it sought to move forward with a condo/townhouse community at 261 and 263 East Elm Street in the borough. Borough Council previously voted to approve a conditional use application.

The zoning hearing board also provided the developer an extension from six months to two years to begin the project, which the developer requested citing current supply issues and associated costs impacting the construction industry. Once completed, the community will consist of 21, two-bedroom, units.

The other three hearings (details here) were all continued until August.