Envision Franklin

Design Concepts | ENVISION FRANKLIN 71 NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS Hillview Lane and Columbia Pike, Southwest Quadrant Building height should not exceed one story to protect the viewshed of the historic Winstead Hill. Murfreesboro Road at North Chapel Road The commercial node recommended for this intersection is currently constrained by sewer availability. This site should be considered for development only when adequate infrastructure is available. Residential Uses Live-Work Units and Multifamily Residential may be appropriate as part of a master plan if located on upper stories of nonresidential buildings. South Royal Oaks Blvd In addition to the primary and secondary uses, assisted living is an appropriate land use along this corridor. Future Neighborhood Commercial Nodes As the city grows, there may be a need for additional neighborhood commercial nodes that are not yet mapped. These potential nodes should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis using the following criteria: • Located at intersections of two arterial streets or of a collector and arterial street; • Located at least one mile from an existing or planned node since these centers generally serve neighborhoods within a one and one-half mile radius; • Generally characterized by gross leasable areas of less than 100,000 square feet on sites of three to twenty acres; and • Commercial nodes should not encroach down neighborhood or scenic corridors, rather, they should be strategically located at nodes meeting the above criteria.

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