The Mt. Juliet Commission gave its final approval Monday night for a handful of items related to a potential 218-lot subdivision on Curd Road.
The group approved the annexation for about 90 acres of land near the corner of Curd Road and Lebanon Road, as well as a rezoning to single-family residential and the preliminary master plan for the project.
Lots in the 218-lot subdivision average 8,601 square feet, while homes will average 2,800 square feet. Amenities are set to include a 2,500-square-foot swimming pool, walking trails and a 1.25-acre public park. The subdivision will also have a 10% cap on rental homes, and no one can own more than two units, according to city documents.
Will Smith of Beazer Homes said the park will be a “true” public park that will belong to the City of Mt. Juliet.
“Once we’re finished with that, that will be dedicated back to the city – the land, parking lot and the whole deal,” Smith said.
The commission did not approve plans for a potential Chandler Road subdivision due to lack of support for the items, which included annexation and rezoning requests.