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County Approves 513 Housing Units Near Middletown

Jun 14, 2015 11:14PM ● By Kevin

Photo courtesy of Woodin+ Associates.

New Castle County has approved plans for another 513 housing units near Boyds Corner Road, according to a June 4 article by Xerxes Wilson of The News Journal. The subdivision, known as Winchelsea, ties into the Bayberry development, according to the story.

"Forecasts show southern New Castle County as the state's fastest-growing area," the article says. :Developers are preparing to fill that need with nearly 10,000 approved, but unbuilt housing units in the county's two southern council districts. Those comprise 70 percent of the county's approved future housing stock – the vast majority is south of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal."

The 132-acre development is planned for Jamison Corner Road just north of Boyds Corner Road. The developer is Rick Woodin of Woodin+ Associates. Plans were first introduced in 2008.

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