Plymouth Receives New Plans for Hollydale Golf Course, Lawsuit Suspended
A new application for redevelopment could mean a new chapter in the future of the former Hollydale Golf Course in Plymouth.
A developer has filed a new application with the city of Plymouth to turn Hollydale Golf Course into 229 single-family homes. The same developer sued the city of Plymouth after the city council denied a previous, similar application due to traffic concerns and a lack of green space. The city signed a framework agreement suspending the lawsuit while it reviews the new application. If the new application is approved, the lawsuit would be dismissed.
The new plans are similar to the old ones. The application still calls for 229 single-family homes, but with slight changes in where some houses would go and where the green space would be.
The framework agreement says the developer would pay for some intersection improvements at Comstock Lane North and Schmidt Lake Road. The developer would also work with neighboring townhomes to design and develop landscaping. You can read the full agreement here.
There will be a public hearing on the new application, but a date has not been determined.
Plymouth has developed a website where you can access all of the Hollydale development plans. You can view it here.