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Tollgate Village development in Thompson’s Station continues at a healthy pace

ABOVE: Development documents for the most recent phase of the Tollgate Village subdivision // Photo courtesy of the town of Thompson’s Station

 

BY ALEXANDER WILLIS

PHOTO: The location of the 70 residential lot development in Tollgate Village // Photo courtesy of the town of Thompson’s Station

The development of Tollgate Village in Thompson’s Station continues after the planning commission unanimously approved the final plat request for an additional 70 single family lots on Tuesday, which will be located on the north side of Tollgate Village.

The commission also approved the development of an additional 3 single family lots on the east side of Tollgate Village on Tollgate Boulevard.

The development of Tollgate Village, located west of Hwy. 31 and north of Independence High School, has continued for more than a decade, and has seen some difficulties in getting off the ground. Tollgate Village development entered default in 2009, and was purchased by its current developer, MBSC Homebuilder LLC, in 2011 for $8.5 million.

The 70 single-family-lot subdivision will encompass an area of 34.29 acres, and will be constructed along Ridgeland Drive, Americus Drive and Rockhurst Drive.

The entirety of the Tollgate Village development is planned to encompass 120 acres, with 89.92 being recorded thus far. Development on these two projects may begin at the developer’s discretion now that their final plats have been approved by the planning commission.

The next meeting of the Thompson’s Station planning commission will be held on October 22, at the Thompson’s Station Community Center at 1555 Thompson’s Station Road West, Thompson’s Station, TN 37179.

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