Traditions of America – a Radnor, PA-based developer of active adult communities, mostly restricted to those 55 and older – is looking forward to building a Planned Residential Development on a 55.1-acre site along Rochester Road at the Beaver-Butler county line. Each of the community’s 103 living units in the two-phase project will be a detached structure, purchased and customized by the resident. The surrounding property – 44 percent of which will remain as open space – would belong to and be cared for by the plan’s homeowners’ association. A separate home on a seven-acre tract would be built for the Blackstone family, which has lived on the site for generations. Plans call for a community center, a pool, a fitness center, parklets, a trail system, and street lights, as well as streetscape enhancements along Rochester Road. The plan’s interior street network would remain privately owned. At its May 25 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors agreed to consider acting on the project’s final plans at its June 1 meeting.