T.H. Properties Inc. of Harleysville will return to the Upper Macungie Zoning Hearing Board later this year concerning a variance request for townhomes planned at 1230 Route 100 in Fogelsville.
The company, according to township zoning officer Al Geosits, is changing its planned construction from townhouses to "stacked townhouses."
Stacked townhouses have garages on the bottom and living space on the top two floors.
These townhouses propose a height of 39 feet, 8 inches, which exceeds the maximum building height requirement of 35 feet. Therefore, a height variance is sought by the company, Geosits said.
That hearing took place Jan. 9 and was continued until March.
In the meantime, the company will be presenting a sketch plan to the Upper Macungie Planning Commission for its input before returning to the zoning board.