A plan to create 71 substantial-stop properties in Goodlettsville appears ready to move forward just after a ask for to permit extra density was explored then dismissed.
Allen Farms is on a lot more than 90 acres on the north aspect of Allen Street west of Extended Hollow Pike in the Sumner County part of the town. The Ultimate Master Development System was accredited in late 2018.
Developer and builder Dean Patel proposed an modification in May well to allow for two-unit attached properties on 64 of the 71 heaps to increase the density. The ask for was produced for the reason that of challenges with slopes and topography.
The planning commission deferred any recommendation with discussion about no matter if any kind of revision could involve a lesser share of two-device homes than what was proposed.
Targeted visitors and utility studies completed for the first strategy would have also essential revisions with increased density proposal.
But Patel stated he would “stick to the first strategy,” after the scheduling commission’s deferral and construct only single-family properties as accepted.
Patel hopes to start grading in the coming months and begin construction by the finish of the yr.
Patel also informed the town about the intent to transfer forward with the initial system given that the setting up commission’s deferral, Goodlettsville Director of Scheduling and Developmental Services Addam McCormick stated.
Ideas are to build custom made-manufactured properties for prospective buyers who want to purchase tons, Patel explained.
Great deal measurements are projected to be 25,000 to 30,000 sq. toes and the residences 3,500-4,200 square toes, Patel said.
The venture is less than a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Method (NPDES) allow and General Allow for Discharges of Stormwater Involved with Development Routines, McCormick said.
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