Remaining section of Cypress Creek improvement OK’d
Printed 1:21 pm Wednesday, August 17, 2022
A housing improvement within the works because the Eighties is almost prepared to interrupt floor on its last buildout.
Smithfield’s Planning Fee on Aug. 9 unanimously authorized a last plat utility from Virginia Seaside-based Robinson Growth Group for Section Six, part two, of the Cypress Creek golf neighborhood.
The event is situated south of the Route 10 bypass. Smithfield beforehand authorized a subdivision settlement and zoning allow for Section Six in 2020, a last plat for part one in January 2021, and a last plat for part three final October.
Based on Tammie Clary, the city’s neighborhood improvement and planning director, there aren’t any further sections of Section Six awaiting plat approval, nor any further pending phases. The Planning Fee has sole duty for approving last plats, which means no further sign-off from the City Council is required.
Part one is to incorporate 55 single-family homes. Part two will embrace one other 51 homes, and part three, one other 46, for a complete of 152 properties in Section Six.
Plans for Cypress Creek started in 1986 when a gaggle of builders proposed constructing a gated neighborhood of 400-plus luxurious properties, full with its personal golf course, on 640 acres bordering the Route 10 bypass, in response to The Smithfield Instances archives. Slightly below 300 had been constructed as of October 2021. Section Six will carry the entire to greater than 450.
The developer should nonetheless apply for a particular use allow previous to breaking floor on a proposed gravel trailer and leisure automobile car parking zone.