Wednesday, November 01, 2017 12:48 AM

NORTHERN HAMILTON COUNTY SEES INCREASE IN RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

Officials in both Red Bank and Soddy-Daisy report that their city has seen a recent rise in building permits for residential properties, a trend that seems to be reflected in other parts of North Hamilton County as well. Soddy-Daisy City Commissioner Geno Shipley said at the board's Oct. 5 meeting that in September, the city issued building permits for $1.5 million worth of new construction or remodeling work, roughly $478,000 more than the average for the eight months prior. According to Soddy-Daisy City Recorder Burt Johnson, from January to September, the city issued $8,362,463 worth. Johnson said four new residential developments are planned to be constructed in the city within the next few years. Among them is a residential development of 33 homes by developer William Hedgecoth behind the former Tavern Sports Bar property at 12130 Dayton Pike, on the city's north end. Hedgecoth also received approval from commissioners Oct. 5 to rezone property at 12050 Dayton Pike, where he plans to build 30 single-family homes with construction set to begin sometime within the next 60 days. Developer George Lutrell plans to build 30 single-family townhomes at 10623 Dayton Pike, said Johnson, and developer Mark Eller's Bent Creek subdivision off ...

News source: Times Free Press

See also: HBAGC