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Horn Springs Development

Horn Springs Group, LLC
Jack Bell

1333-C West Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 444-5930
(615) 444-5668


 

 

Lose & Associates, Inc

Mike Wrye, P.E. CPESC, CPSWQ, LEED AP
1314 5th Ace. North, Suite 200
Nashville, TN 37208
(615) 242-0040
(615) 242-1405






 

For Information on Homes &
Residential Lot Sales Contact:


Margaret Dixon
Crye-Leike Realtors, Inc.

Office: 615-754-8999
Cell: 615-714-2311
License #00023094





 


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The Village...

Courtyard Example ImageThe Village subdistricts are generally located 1/4 to 1/2 miles from the rail stop. These subdistricts are a transition between the Village Center and the Village Commercial and walkable Suburban subdistricts.

 

Example Street Scene

The Village subdistricts are intended to be a compact, vibrant, mixed use neighborhood with varying residential components which will focus on the importance of connectivity through the use of open space.

 

 

 



Hamilton Springs - The Village

The Village - Site Map & Legend


  • Possible Land Use Options


    Residential Uses:
    Single to Multi-Family, Townhomes, Condos, Apartments

     

    Institutional Uses:
    Churches & other places of Worship, Daycare Centers, Historical & Cultural Exhibits, Museums, Library, Art Gallery

     

    Education Uses:
    College, Private, Public

     

    Medical Uses:
    Small Animal Care, Assisted Living, Hospital, Laboratory, Clinic

     

    Civic Uses:
    State, Federal & Municipal Buildings

     

    Commercial Uses:
    Antique Store, Appliance Store, Banks, Beauty/Salons, Camera Store, Curio Shop, Department Store, Drug Store, Dry Cleaner, Flower Shop, Grocery, Furniture Store, Gift Shop, Hardware, Hotel, Ice Cream Shop, Jewelry Store, Produce Market, Music Supply, Office Supply, Pet Store, Bakery, Restaurants, Specialty Stores, Sporting Goods

     

    Recreational & Entertainment Uses:
    Parks, Play Grounds, Swim & Tennis Facilities

 

View the full Land Use Chart & Options


 

 

  • Frontage and Streetside Zones
    Allowed Frontage Types with Required Build-to-Zone.
    Door Swings cannot encroach ROW Building Regulations, Image 1

    Boulevard:
    Storefront Frontage: 0' - 15'
    Stoop Frontage: 5' - 10'
    Porch Frontage: 10' - 25'

    Avenue:
    Storefront Frontage: 0' - 15'
    Stoop Frontage: 5' - 10'
    Porch Frontage: 10' - 25'

     

    Street:
    Storefront Frontage: 0' - 15'
    Stoop Frontage: 5' - 10'
    Porch Frontage: 10' - 25'

 


 

  • Facade Width

    Boulevard:
    Maximum: 100% of lot frontage
    Minimum: 70% of lot frontage

     

    Avenue:
    Maximum: 100% of lot frontage
    Minimum: 60% of lot frontage

     

    Street:
    Maximum: 90% of lot frontage
    Minimum: 60% of lot frontage



 

  • Minimum Building Path Building Regulations, Image 2
    15' from Building Facade. For those buildings surrounding parking structures a building liner is required

 

  • Height

    Boulevard:
    Minimum: 40'
    Maximum: 67'

     

    Avenue:
    Minimum: 31'
    Maximum: 67'

     

    Street:
    Minimum: 24'
    Maximum: 67'