Developer wants to add restaurants, retail to booming New Holland corridor

By B.J. Williams Assistant News Director
Posted 1:30PM on Sunday 25th June 2017 ( 3 years ago )
More development is planned for the Jesse Jewell Parkway corridor in New Holland, according to the July 11 agenda for the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board.
Keel Property Management LLC has filed a request for a 6.32-acre tract on Jesse Jewell and White Sulphur Road, asking that the site be rezoned as General Business (GB) and annexed into the city of Gainesville. The tract is currently undeveloped and is heavily wooded.
"The property is currently zoned Agricultural Residential-III (AR-III) and Highway Business (H-B) within unincorporated Hall County and is adjacent to the city limits to the south and west," reads the information on the application. "The applicant intends to utilize water and sewer services for future restaurant and retail purposes."
According to the application, the developer want to build a 3,500 square foot Fazoli's restaurant now. There is also room on the property for a 4,800 square foot restaurant and a 7,000 square foot retail building. 
The applicant would name the tract New Holland Crossing.
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board is scheduled to take up the request on July 11 at 5:30 p.m. at the Gainesville Justice Center on Jesse Jewell Parkway. 
New Holland Crossing is planned for a 6.32-acre tract of land (outlined on diagram) on Jesse Jewell Parkway and White Sulphur Road. (Photo from the Gainesville Planning Office.)

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