A modified Master Plan for the 195-acre Park Place mixed use traditional neighborhood development, which had been under revision for more than a year, was presented to Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its October 30 meeting. Creative Real Estate Company’s revised master plan would raise the number of residential units in Park Place from 773 to 884. According to the developer, Ryan Homes would build most of the housing in the plan, along a modified internal roadway system. Morgan Development is expected to participate in the new development as well, primarily in the construction of apartment buildings. An enhanced design for townhouses in one portion of the 12-phase plan would have the homes facing onto a grassy mall rather than onto streets – an amenity shared by a number of single-family homes in the plan. The updated Master Plan includes a trail to Graham Park from The Crossings neighborhood, as well as the long-anticipated road connection from Park Place to Graham Park. The developer’s applications for preliminary land development, conditional use, and related lot line revisions will be considered for Board approval on November 7. For more information, contact Cranberry Community Development Director Ron Henshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.