ROUNDUP: The latest developments approved in Spring Hill


ROUNDUP: The latest developments approved in Spring Hill

By ALEXANDER WILLIS

With Spring Hill’s population in excess of 40,000, continued development is no surprise, with much of it being just off of Main Street.

Mayor Rick Graham said last month that Main Street could potentially be widened to five lanes in the coming years, and with the amount of development emptying traffic onto that street, residents hope that will come sooner rather than later.

Office and warehouse complex / 56 units

The Spring Hill Planning Commission unanimously approved a sketch plan for a 56-unit office and warehouse multi-building complex during its Monday night meeting.

Located at 4001 Parkfield Loop North in the Port Royal Business center, the complex would consist of nine buildings, each with multiple warehouses inside. Each building would also be furthered divided into subsections, with each one consisting of a 10×14 office.

The applicant representing the developer, Ken Crowder, said the types of businesses that would likely use the office and warehouse spaces would not be the kind that would see regular foot traffic from customers, but more akin to things like an air conditioning repair business, or a landscaping company.

Autumn Ridge, phase 8 section 2 / 32 single-family residential lots

Submitted by Anderson, Delk, Epps & Associates Inc, this phase of the Autumn Ridge subdivision development will see the development of 32 single-family residential lots. The planning commission approved the developers final plat submission for the project, making construction imminent.

The Autumn Ridge subdivision is located northwest of Harvey Park, just off of Main Street, and had its sketch plan approved by the city back in 2005. The subdivision sits in both Williamson and Maury Counties.

The Arbors at Autumn Ridge, phase 16 / 28 single-family residential lots

Submitted by Anderson, Delk, Epps & Associates Inc, this phase of the Arbors at Autumn Ridge subdivision development will see the development of 28 single-family residential lots.

Located approximately a mile north of the previously mentioned phase of development for Autumn Ridge, this phase sits just south of Wilkes Lane off of Main Street. The planning commission approved the final plat submission from the developer Monday night.

The Arbors at Autumn Ridge, phase 15 / 17 single-family residential lots

Submitted by Anderson, Delk, Epps & Associates Inc, this second phase of the Arbors at Autumn Ridge subdivision development will see the development of 17 single-family residential lots.

Located just west of Main Street and south of Wilkes Lane, this second phase of development also saw final plat approval from the planning commission Monday night.

The Arbors at Autumn Ridge will see a total of 425 single family residential lots by the time development is completed.

Cherry Grove addition, phase 8 / 11 single-family residential lots

Submitted by Anderson, Delk, Epps & Associates Inc, this phase of the Cherry Grove addition development will see the development of 11 single-family residential lots.

Located southwest of the intersection of Buckner Lane and Buckner Road and east of Main Street, right on the border between Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, the developer had its final plat approved by the planning commission Monday night.

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