SPRING HILL, Tenn. (WTVF) — There’s no doubt, this pandemic has slowed down — or even canceled — a lot of plans. But leaders in Spring Hill are looking ahead to a huge new development as the city continues to grow.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the zoning change this week, and it will pave the way for big changes, including hundreds of new housing units, and a new interstate interchange.
It’s happening in an area of Spring Hill that’s already seeing a lot of growth. Buckner Lane will start to see the big changes, in the area that used to be known as the Alexander Farm.
First — Buckner Lane will be widened and realigned, eventually making way for a new interchange with Interstate 65.
The changes will span across 20 years, paving the way for almost 3,000 residential units - almost 4 million square feet of office and restaurant space and 400 hotel rooms.