Asbury, N.J.-based builders J.G. Petrucci Co. plan to officially start work Wednesday on an eight-building, 151-unit apartment complex across the street from SEPTA's Warminster regional rail station.

The development, to be called Jacksonville Station, is expected to open in Spring 2017, the company said in a release.

J.G. Petrucci also built the nearby Station at Bucks County residential complex, a 257-unit project that opened in 2012.

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