Mt. Juliet approves 134 homes at Central Pike with road improvements included
A plan to build 134 single-family homes on Central Pike east of South Mt. Juliet Road that includes road upgrades, has been approved by Mt. Juliet commissioners.
Commissioners voted Monday to rezone, annex and approve a preliminary plan proposed on land known as the Griffin property, described as 46 mostly wooded acres between the Hamilton Hill development and the Wynfield or Cowden development.
The development requires a third lane on Central Pike the length of the property. Road widening will begin as part of the initial infrastructure work next year and is expected to be finished by completion of the first homes, Wyman said.
The third lane will ultimately tie into the new turn lane going in at the corner of Central Pike and South Mt. Juliet Road, which City Commissioner Brian Abston has said essentially creates a three-lane road from the development to the intersection.