Developers to review plans
Property on the south side of 166th Street and U.S. Highway 24/40, land Basehor has annexed, is booming with planned commercial and residential development.
There are three tracts of ground near that intersection slated for development.
First up, at least on the city's docket, is Honey Creek Farms, an 80-acre tract at the southwest corner of 166th Street and 24/40.
Representatives of Honey Creek Farms developers Troy Letourneau, Oroke Construction and Planet development will present the development's preliminary plat to the Basehor Planning Commission Tuesday, Oct. 7.
According to the plat submitted to the Basehor city codes department, Honey Creek Farms features 48 acres of residential property and 28 acres of commercial property.
The residential ground will include single-family homes, town homes and patio homes and the commercial ground will front the highway, according to the plat.
There are no tenants or specific uses slated for the commercial ground on the plat.
Land to the west of Honey Creek farms is also slated for commercial and residential development. Burdell Welsh owns the ground to the west, city officials said.
East of Honey Creek Farms, across the street, is land owned by Ginger Creek developer Tony Lacy. As of yet, plats for the approximately 200-acre parcel have not been submitted for city approval.
Sewage from all the developments will be pumped to the Basehor Wastewater Treatment Facility.