Jeremiah Village Master Plan
Glade Run Lutheran Services is located in Zelienople, Pennsylvania and offers a number of educational and supportive services to traumatized youth including individuals with environmental sensitivities, sensory processing challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorder or other neurologic conditions.
Currently, Rowell Brokaw Architects is working on three Glade Run projects in collaboration with George Braddock of Creative Housing Solutions and Jon Grant of Grant Architects based in Maryland. The Siberling Recreation Center, Jeremiah Village Master Plan and Specialized housing design and Glade Run Park.
Jeremiah Village is a $30 million dollar proposed neighborhood development adjacent to the Glade Run campus and next door to Lutheran Senior Life, a continuing care retirement community. Plans for Jeremiah Village contain a mix of housing options including three apartment buildings 16 multifamily and single-family homes. The project is designed to be a walkable neighborhood with open green spaces, a public plaza and a multipurpose community center. The neighborhood is pedestrian friendly with sidewalks leading to Zelienople’s restaurants, retails shops, businesses and recreational/entertainment opportunities. The housing and landscape will address both the traditional and non-traditional accessibility needs of all residents. The outcome will be a project that attracts and accommodates diverse population of residents.
The project is designed for two phases. Phase 1 will add 144 apartment units, one and two bedroom units. Phase 2 is the construction of 64 units in the form of cottages and townhomes. Phase 1 would begin in 2014, and all construction would be complete in 2016. The design will welcome everyone including people with and without disabilities including Autism, seniors, students, families, and young professionals.