6309 Initial Proposed site plan

Overall_site_location Orange shows the location of the proposed rezoning on the west side of Nolensville Rd.  North is to the top of this drawing, with Nolensville Rd running on the diagonal from lower right to upper left..site-layout_bw Black and white line drawing of initial layout showing the connection to Brookview Forest Dr and new entrance to Nolensville Rd.  North is to the right edge of this drawing, with Nolnsville Rd at the bottom as viewed here.

site-layout_colorColor drawing showing initial proposed layout of development.  The stormwater retention ponds and the streambed closer to Nolensville Rd are easier to see in this drawing.  North is to the right edge of this drawing, with Nolensville Rd at the bottom as viewed here.

You may also want to check this old newspaper story at http://www.tennessean.com/…/ky-developer-plans-to…/22928007/
Informational Meeting about 6309 Nolensville Rd proposed 108 townhouse development was held Monday evening 3/30/2015.  This was a preliminary informational meeting. The developer has made an application on behalf of the owner requesting a zoning change to accommodate this development. Future anticipated dates for the public to be involved will be at the Planning Commission (to be confirmed, but expected to be April 9, 2015 at 4 PM at Howard School Complex on 2nd Avenue). If it passes the Planning Commission, then next stop will be the Public hearing at the Metro Council Meeting on 2nd reading. The way to make an impact (in changing or halting the development) is to show up and express your opinion to the Planning Commission, and if needed, to the Metro Council on 2nd reading.
SUMMARY OF MTG: Approx 50-60 residents present. Location is west side of Nolensville Rd, immediately south of Brookview Forest HOA (Brooklawn Dr) 11.2 acres to hold 108 3-story townhome units (2 or 3 bdrm) averaging 1600 sq ft each plus 2-car garage.  The style is said to be “patterned a lot like” Highpoint condos on the east side of Nolensville Rd near Kroger near Concord Rd.  Exterior walls to be brick, stone, or hardy siding.  No vinyl except for soffits and windows.  Will be developed with an HOA, however it will have only “passive amenties,”, no tennis court, pool, or amenities of that type.