Germantown board approves turning country club into neighborhood
GERMANTOWN, Tenn. (WMC) - Germantown Board of Mayor and Alderman unanimously approved an outline plan for a forthcoming Glasgow subdivision Monday, July 12.
The former Germantown Country Club site will be a residential neighborhood for senior citizens.
The Glasgow development consists of 366 lots with 123 of those being reserved for those 55 years or older.
Homes are expected to range from $650,000 to $2.5 million.
The amenities will include a pool, pickleball courts and a 2-mile trail to the Wolf River Greenway Trail.
The developer plans to submit a final plan for the Glasgow project and the first and second phase proposals soon.
Once a site plan is approved by the Planning Commission, the applicant must get approval for the final plan and a development contract before work may begin.
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