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ROUNDUP: Five of the latest and largest housing developments in Spring Hill

Spring Hill is currently the second-fastest growing city in the state, behind Mount Juliet, according to HomeSnacks.

With that rapid growth, comes waves of new housing development.

Here are 5 of the largest, and latest housing developments. This list includes some nearing completion, and others still in the design stage.

All of these development projects have business before the Spring Hill Planning Commission regular voting meeting on Monday, August 13.

Buckner Road Townhomes / 166 townhomes

T-Square Engineering is seeking sketch plan approval for 166 townhomes on the northeast corner of Buckner Road and Columbia Pike.

The density of the proposed project would be roughly 3.6 dwelling units per acre, and span over an area of 45.01 acres.

 

Concept art of the proposed project Southhaven II. Courtesy of the city of Spring Hill.

Southhaven II / 108 multi-family residential lots

Crunk Engineering is seeking site plan approval for 108 multi-family residential lots that would be located north of Solomon Lane and east of Ray Williams Drive.

The 108 units would be spread across six multi-unit buildings. The density of the proposed project would be roughly 15.2 units per acre, and span over an area of 7 acres.

 

Enclave at Oaklawn / 55 single family residential lots

Huntly Gordon is seeking neighborhood concept plan approval for 55 single-family residential lots on 3357 Denning Lane, just west of Kedron Road.

The density of the proposed project would be roughly 2.74 units per acre, and span over an area of 20.04 acres.

Director of Planning Steve Foote said “there’s some history associated with this site,” saying Gordan has submitted a number of different zoning applications previously.

The property on the proposed site is currently labeled as conditional agricultural: meaning under most circumstances, the land would be prohibited from any type of dwelling residences, save for an appeal to the Board of Zoning Appeals.

Foote said the board would not recommend the project for approval due to failing to meet the city’s criteria.

Gordon said he believed the property was “treated differently than other similarly zoned properties,” to which City Attorney Patrick Carter said was “disingenuous” to argue. Carter said Gordon had submitted a rezoning request to the BOMA in 2017 only to abandon it.

 

Southern Springs Phase 4A / 43 Single Family Residential Lots

ESP Associates is seeking final plat approval for 43 single family residential lots on the intersection of Kedron Road and Saturn Parkway.

This would be an expansion of the Southern Springs community, which had its original neighborhood concept plan of 602 single family residential lots approved by the city in 2015.

Phase 4A would see 43 residential lots constructed over an area of 12 acres.

 

Sewanee Retreat / 24 multi-family residential lots

Crunk Engineering is seeking site plan approval for 24 multi-family residential lots that would be located on the south side of Buckner Road.

The density of the proposed project would be roughly 7.61 units per acre, and span over an area of  3.15 acres.

By | 2018-07-25T19:34:17+00:00 July 25th, 2018|Categories: BW-News, BW-Real-Estate, Featured - SHHP, Spring Hill|Comments Off on ROUNDUP: Five of the latest and largest housing developments in Spring Hill

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