It makes sense that the fastest growing county in Tennessee and nation-leader in job growth would have dozens of development deals going on.
It is hard to keep track of them all. But here we are going to give it a go. This post presents 7 ongoing or upcoming projects that will change the face of Williamson County. Especially now that winter is (fingers crossed) gone for good, construction is about to really ramp up.
So after reading this, when you wonder what is that going to be as you pass these places on your commutes and weekend excursions, you will know.
7. Stephens Valley
This one is still in the early stages, but it has already created a lot of protest from local residents.
Developer John Rochford, of Rochford Realty and Construction, is getting ready to propose to the county plans for a nearly $1 billion development surrounded by the Natchez Trace Parkway. The 850-acre area, called Stephens Valley, would include some 1,400 custom homes, an 85- to- 100 room boutique hotel, room for a restaurant and office and retail space. Development would take place over two decades. Set in northern Williamson and southern Davidson counties, the commercial section would front Highway 100.
The plan has drawn criticism from citizens groups, who argue that the plan’s density is too much, and that it will cause a huge surge in traffic, especially along Sneed Road. Part of the plan calls for Rochford to build the road out to four lanes.
The County Planning Commission will vote on the plan at their April 14 meeting. .
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