|via Columbus Business First|
Plans to develop Jacquemin Farms into a multipurpose development have expanded. Schottenstein Real Estate Group recently brought a revised 110 million dollar plan before Jerome Township officials that would now expand their development to both sides of Hyland Croy Road.
The new development, referred to as the Hyland-Croy Gateway District, proposes the construction of residential units for empty nesters, as well as assisted and independent living units for seniors. The original plan also included space for a shopping center and the Jacquemin Farms market.
Critics of the plan have called for improvements on roadways to prevent issues brought on by increased traffic to the area. The Schottenstein Group has reportedly pledged money to improve roadways surrounding the proposed development.
As of now, Jerome Township trustees have neither approved nor denied the proposal.