In April, the Spring Hill BOMA approved a new zoning district for its downtown. Developers got the green light to lay out concept plans, as the city expects more than $100 million to come into play from investors.
The “planned zone” district offers predictability and oversight, while maintaining flexibility. The idea is to accommodate larger, more complex longterm projects, like the possible downtown area being considered for the Tennessee Children’s Home property.
The downtown development project has been in the works for a little more than a year now, and it calls for the 103-acre Children’s Home property to be transformed into a mixed-use city center and town square that includes, among other things, a new city hall, a library and 320,000 square feet of office space.
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