New Plans Emerge for Vacant Four Seasons Mall Property in Plymouth
Dominium, a Plymouth-based developer, wants to build affordable apartments, retail and restaurants at the Four Seasons Mall site off Highway 169 and Rockford Road.
The public expressed concern that Dominium’s previous plan was too dense, so the developer made a few changes.
The new plan calls for 163 family housing units and 255 senior housing units. It also calls for 23,000 square feet of retail space and a parking ramp.
“You’re always going to find people that like something and dislike something. I don’t think this site is ever going to be perfect for everybody,” said Steve Juetten, Plymouth’s community development director. “I think the developer has taken some of the suggestions and lowered some of the height along Lancaster, increased the commercial [space], so I think they’re going in a direction that will please more people.”
The Plymouth Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the issue Wednesday evening, Oct. 30. To watch the meeting, click here.
The city council will formally review the plans and potentially take action Nov. 12.