Location:Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

The Piszek Property is a 95 acre land conservation and stewardship development located in both Springfield and Upper Dublin Townships, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Owned by heirs to Edward Piszek, the founder of Mrs. Paul's Kitchen, the property is rich in historical and cultural heritage.  The property is home to the historic Emlen House that once housed George Washington and Pope John Paul. Another building on-site houses the Copernicus Society. McCloskey & Faber worked with the Montgomery County Lands Trust for Fort Washington Properties, LP to prepare a site development plan to protect important historic and natural elements. The project retains approximately 65% permanently preserved open space. Approximately 37 acres along the Sandy Run watershed will be transferred to the Montgomery County Lands Trust for future preservation. Additionally, an old quarry pond is converted into a storm water management system. McCloskey & Faber prepared by-right development plans and multiple master plans which include additional estate lots, townhomes and carriage homes, landscape plans, lighting plans, construction drawings, and testified at township presentations to work toward final approval of the plans.

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