Planning panel to address future of 400 Basehor homes
Nearly 400 single-family homes will be the focus of discussion for Basehor Planning Commission members during their meeting next week.
The Planning Commission is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, at Basehor City Hall. During the meeting, members will host public hearings for these developments:
- Barrington Manor, a 40-acre residential development at 152nd Street and Leavenworth Road. Plans include construction of 104 single-family homes.
Stone Gates Homes, a Shawnee Mission company, is the developer behind Barrington Manor. It is requesting approval of a preliminary plat.
- Stone Creek, a 70-acre residential development north of 166th Street and U.S. Highway 24-40. Plans include building 166 single-family homes.
Benchmark Enterprises, a Basehor company and the same developer behind Wolf Creek Junction, is developing Stone Creek. Developers are requesting approval of its request for rezoning, from county to planned residential, and its preliminary plat.
- Creek Ridge, phase 4, includes nine commercial lots at the southeast corner of 158th Street and Parallel Road. Joe and Jeff Scherer, Basehor, are developing Creek Ridge. They are requesting approval of its preliminary plat.
Another development the planning commission will consider includes 25 acres on the south side of Leavenworth Road at 159th Street, where Basehor resident Albert Holting is proposing to build 108 single-family homes. Holting's development would be on the west side of Hickory Valley, a 25-home single-family residential development currently under construction.
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