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A developer who this month lost the right to build on a 213-acre tract in Marple Township owned by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia began legal action this week in an attempt to recoup the more than million he spent on planning to develop the land.
Jenkintown developer Bruce Goodman, acting as Cardinal Crossing Realty Associates L.
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But residents and the commissioners had other ideas for the plot.
And I never minded — until I became a full-time freelancer and realized my disorganized lifestyle was costing me time, money and sanity.To sweeten the deal, Goodman's attorney Marc Kaplin said, the developer paid the Archdiocese a non-refundable million deposit.He spent an additional million, Kaplin said, creating plans and commissioning studies for developing the land.P., filed a writ of summons Wednesday against Marple Township, whose seven commissioners throughout the last year have repeatedly rejected his plans.Goodman proposed hundreds of town homes and big-box stores on the forested plot in Delaware County after he won the rights to develop it in 2014 by bidding million in a fierce competition.
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About 15 percent of the county's land is protected from development, according to the county.