Plans have been submitted to the Westlake Planning Commission to develop 10 acres of property off of Bassett Road.
The project, named Stone Creek Village Subdivision, will be a 16-lot subdivision sandwiched between Bassett Road homes, Crocker Road office towers and a nursing home.
The subdivision is being built by Edward P. Pavicic, Edwards Financial Group of Fairview Park.
The subdivision will include one primary cul-de-sac (Graystone Drive) off Bassett Road and a secondary non-connecting cul-de-sac, Granite Court that as proposed, dead ends.
Planning commission will review preliminary plans at the Aug. 26 Planning Commission meeting.
The only pre-meeting concern expressed by the city was whether the Granit Court turnaround will ever be replaced by a permanent cul-de-sac.
“The Planning Commission may consider placing a time limit on the temporary turn around, as a permanent one in that location would render lot 12 to less than the required 20,000 sq.-ft.,” a memo stated.
The new subdivision would mean residents on Sunset Drive would now have neighbors to their north.