Tim Hendricks, of T.H. Properties, told Souderton Borough Council this week that it will take $1.8 million and six months to demolish the old Souderton Area High School, per the Souderton Independent. The $1.8 million includes $170,000 for asbestos cleanup and removal and $1 million for credit for salvaging recyclable materials, per the report. The pedestrian bridge over County Line Road can be salvaged or $20,000. The old high school properties will be developed in three phases. Phase One is underway at the old parking lot on School Lane at East Broad Street. In the end, it will be 24 townhomes and a restaurant. Phase Two will be the site of the old high school, and is proposed to be 250 homes, a hotel and commercial spaces. Phase Three is located in Hilltown Township and will remain commercial zoning, as supervisors refused to change the district to a commercial-residential mix, per reports. Read more at this link.