ROUNDUP: Mexican restaurant and other development projects submitted to the city


ROUNDUP: Mexican restaurant and other development projects submitted to the city

PHOTO: Building design plans for the Harvest Point townhomes / Photo courtesy of the city of Spring Hill

By ALEXANDER WILLIS

Monday night’s meeting of the Spring Hill Planning Commission was nacho’ average meeting, as Joe Johnston of Gresham Smith & Partners revealed plans for a new Mexican restaurant, though did not publicly spill the beans on the name of the eatery.

Beyond the mysterious new restaurant, the commission had plenty of other development projects to taco bout’, which the Home Page has conventionally listed out for your convenience.

Harvest Point, Phase 16 / 75 townhomes

S&ME Inc. has submitted to the city a request for site plan approval for a community containing 75 townhomes. Nestled on the southwest corner of Cleburne Road and Beechcroft Road, the project spans just over 15 acres of land. This development will ultimately contain 558 single-family lots and 223 townhomes.

Primarily constructed with  brick, stone veneer, and cement lap siding, each town home will be equipped with a one-car garage, a covered front porch and a rear patio. The townhome community will also feature 6 – 8 feet wide gravel trails and open areas.

PHOTO: The site area of the Harvest Point development / Photo courtesy of the City of Spring Hill

Crossings, Lot 7 / 1 restaurant and 2 retail spaces

Proposed to be built in the Crossings shopping district off of Main Street, in between the Cracker Barrel and Panera Bread, the 7,200 square-foot building would house an AT&T store facing Main Street, a Mexican restaurant on the opposite side, and an as of yet undisclosed additional retail space in between the two.

The Mexican restaurant itself, which the developer has requested not to be named, will feature an outdoor eating area, 3,200 square feet of interior space, and a drive-through for orders on the go.

The restaurant currently has dozens of locations across the United States and Canada, though mostly around the Western portion of the continent. This Spring Hill location, pending its approval, would be the restaurant’s first location in Tennessee.

PHOTO: The concept plan for the retail and restaurant building, with the restaurant on the bottom side / Photo courtesy of the City of Spring Hill

Brandon Woods / 65 single family lots

Anderson, Delk, Epps & Associates, Inc. has submitted to the city a request for preliminary platting for the first two phases of a subdivision development, which will ultimately contain 721 lots, with these first two phases including 65 lots.

Located between Port Royal Road and I-65, just north of Kedron Road, the Brandon Woods development spans over 90 acres of land, with the first two phases containing just over 24 acres. The development is also planned to include several open spaces, a walking trail, and several detention ponds.

PHOTO: The site area of the Brandon Woods development / Photo courtesy of the City of Spring Hill

Preserve at Spring Hill / 163 townhomes

T-Square Engineering has submitted to the city a request for sketch plan approval for 163 townhomes, proposed to be built near the northeast corner of Buckner Lane and Main Street. Spanning over an area of 45 acres, the development will feature a dog park, a fire pit and a playground, with each townhome equipped with a one-car garage and a one-car driveway parking space.

PHOTO: The site area of the Preserve at Spring Hill development / Photo courtesy of the City of Spring Hill

Harvest Point, Phase 6B / 34 single family lots

S&ME Inc. has submitted to the city a request for preliminary plat approval for 34 single family lots, in a development that will ultimately contain 558 single family lots and 223 townhomes.

A separate phase of the aforementioned phase 16 of Harvest Point development, this portion is proposed to have more than 4 miles of internal trails “ to provide for internal multi-modal circulation and connections outside of the neighborhood, particularly to the Spring Hill Middle School,” according to the city’s agenda. This project will also eventually see the development of a village square.

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