Chapel Crossings Coming To S.R. 54
Sprinkled amongst the hundreds of campaign signs that line S.R. 54 east of Curley Rd. are several large signs that won’t be disappearing after this November’s election. Their message isn’t to tell drivers who to vote for, but to alert them of one of the next large developments coming to Wesley Chapel — Chapel Crossings.
Just miles from their most recently completed project — Seven Oaks — Chicago-based Crown Community Development is in talks with Pasco County to develop 432 acres along the northern side of S.R. 54, between Curley Rd. and Meadow Pointe Blvd.
“We are currently working with the county to get entitlements and zoning,” says Barbara Kininmonth, a spokesperson for Crown. “It’s all proposed and planned. We’re just working out the details.”
The plan, she says, is for a mixeduse development with single- and multi-family housing, as well as office and retail space. However, she says construction won’t begin for at least a year.
“It takes time to get everything approved,” she says. “But, it’s a wonderful location at the apex of two major roads (S.R. 54 and the under-construction Zephyrhills Bypass).”
The soon-to-be-developed property was purchased by Crown from Tampa-based Harrison Bennett Properties. Crown is best known locally for their development of both Seven Oaks and WaterGrass in Wesley Chapel.
For more information, please contact Barbara Kininmonth at (630) 870-9472.