The Municipal Planning Commission voted on Monday to approve a final development plan for the first single-family and multi-family townhomes of the 1,000-home development, The Villages at Harvest Point, in south Spring Hill.
Planners approved the initial plan to develop a 265-acre portion of the overall 473-acre site near the intersection of Beechcroft Road and Cleburne Road at Monday night’s meeting. It includes 557 single-family homes and 234 multi-family townhomes.
Monday’s vote followed a decision by the Board of Mayor and Alderman in August to rezone the 500-acre site of the project to a planned unit development to allow for mixed-use development of both single family and multi-family homes and townhomes, as well as a live-work village with commercial units.
The overall plan for the development calls for a total of 961 single-family residential lots and 232 multi-family units. Discussion of The Villages at Harvest Point at Monday’s meeting was limited.
The main issue discussed last month at the commission’s work session concerned the declaration of covenants, conditions & restrictions (CC&Rs), or the homeowners’ association community rules for the development. Developers provided additional clarification on the matter prior to Monday’s vote.
The Villages at Harvest Point will have to come back before the planning commission for preliminary plat approval before any permits can be issued for the project to proceed.
Quint Qualls covers Spring Hill for Home Page Media Group. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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