Dresher residents could soon be serviced by two new pharmacies if a pair of property developers' plans come to fruition.
Montgomery Media reports that the Brandolini Companies, owner of the Dreshertown Plaza Shopping Center, wants to build a Rite-Aid pharmacy with a drive-thru lane on a four-acre parcel on Dreshertown Road. The parcel backs up to the existing Dreshertown Plaza complex.
Brandolini is willing to forego 24-hour operation for the proposed pharmacy in response to community concerns, the company's attorney told the Upper Dublin Planning Commission last month.
A few hundred feet down the road, BET Investments, owner of a 9.54 acre site between Susquehanna Road and N. Limekiln Pike, wants to build a complex that would include a hotel, office building, and restaurant, in addition to a pharmacy.
Both projects would be contingent upon zoning changes and other zoning board approvals. A public hearing on the Brandolini project is scheduled for December 11.