Miami Farms, Inc. and Carl and Tanya Stockberger received the secondary plan approval for the Planned Unit Development (PUD) that will be known as Centennial Crossings during last week City Plan Commission.
The secondary plan shows the precise locations of the homes, apartments, clubhouse, streets, parking areas, drives and retention basins.
Commission members were interested in the timeline for the project. While it will be completed in two phases, the plan is to immediately move from phase one into phase two with no break in between. Burke Richeson said phase one consist of 36 single family homes, 36 – 2 bedroom and 36 – 1 bedroom apartments, 24 condominiums and 24 senior units along with the clubhouse and 5 garages. Completion of phase one will be in the summer of 2021. Phase two almost mirrors phase I and should be completed in the summer or fall of 2022.
Richeson told Plan Commission members there are 12 models of homes; 2 bedrooms with 2 baths and a 2 car garage and 3 bedrooms with 2½ baths with one car garages. He said the size is just over 1100 square feet to almost 1550 square feet.
During the public hearing, City Plan Director Ralph Booker read a letter from the Milners who live at 12739 Plymouth Goshen Trail. They have serious concerns of the run-off water that flows over their property. They fear the large number of units will just add to the water run-off problem they are already experiencing.
After discussing the concerns the Plymouth Plan Commission unanimously approved the secondary plan of the PUD.