PHOTO: A rendering of the dental and coffee facility // Photo courtesy of the city of Spring Hill
BY ALEXANDER WILLIS
Just Love Coffee, RaceTrac and nonstop housing developments have made their way to the fast growing city of Spring Hill. Here are the latest developments that were approved by the city during Monday night’s Planning Commission meeting.
RaceTrac / 5,411 square foot building
Submitted by SEC Inc., the Planning Commission approved a sketch plan on Monday for a future RaceTrac gas station and convenience store. The gas station would be located on Main Street, just northeast of the Super Target.
Alderman Matt Fitterer said he was “disappointed” in the use of the property.
“You’ve brought us some great projects,” Fitterer said to the developer during the Planning Commission meeting. “This isn’t one of them.”
Despite the disappointment expressed by some city officials, the sketch plan was approved with a vote of 6 – 1.
Southern Springs Phase 4A / 43 single-family residential lots
Submitted by Wilson & Associates, the Planning Commission approved final plat documents on Monday for the fourth phase of the Southern Springs neighborhood development.
Spanning over an area of 12 acres, Southern Springs is located southwest of Kedron Road and Saturn Parkway.
The city approved a neighborhood concept plan for Southern Springs in 2015, with the final phases of development drawing near.
Harvest Point Phase 5B / 37 townhome units
Submitted by S&ME, the Planning Commission approved final plat documents on Monday for the fifth phase of the Harvest Point neighborhood development.
Spanning over an area of 6.57 acres, Harvest Point is located southwest of Cleburne Road and Beechcroft Road.
Just Love Coffee shop and Aspen Dental Facility / 5,646 square foot building
Submitted by SEC Inc., the Planning Commission approved sketch plans on Monday for a 5,411 square foot commercial building, that will house both a Just Love Coffee shop, and an Aspen Dental facility.
The building will be located just off of Main Street, near the intersection with Steven Yokich Parkway.
Started by the married duo Rob and Emily Webb, the Just Love Coffee shop will also feature a drive-thru.