Developers said Cedar Farm Village will feature 732 rental homes with a village community feel.
The new village community buildings will be strategically placed to preserve the site’s natural environment and maintain natural green buffers by minimizing tree removal and land disturbance, according to developers.
“The construction team will pay special attention in preserving the site’s natural open space by including 10-foot walking and bicycle trails within its 20-plus acres of open space and green belt,” said partner Rick Hayes.
Other amenities will include a community swimming pool and sun deck with an adjacent clubhouse enhanced with billiards, shuffleboard, a gaming and media lounge. A basketball court, terraced grilling areas, a dog park, and children’s play area are also planned. A pavilion is planned along the walking trail. Also available to Cedar Farm Village residents will be a community car wash area and a putting green.
“There are many young local professionals who are not able or ready to purchase homes, and they will benefit from this project,” said Hayes. “Young people who prefer to stay in the city will feel at home in Cedar Farm Village.”
The public and neighborhood residents may attend a meet and greet May 16 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Lebanon Country Club Oak Room for a presentation on the conceptual master plan. Mike Wrye, principal of Lose & Associates, the project land planner and engineer, along with Cedar Farm Village partners Jack D. Lowery and Hayes will hold the event. To submit questions or thoughts prior to the meeting, visit cedarfarmvillage.com.
The Lebanon Planning Commission public hearing for Cedar Farm Village is scheduled for May 24.