The Plymouth City Council voted Tuesday to rezone the land
so that it could be redeveloped as part of the Creekside Hills Housing
Development—a 38-acre project that will have 156 lots for single-family homes,
according to the agenda packet for the meeting.
The homes will cost $600,000 to $1 million, Plymouth Senior
City Planner Shawn Drill told 12 News.
City staff say the rezoning will not set a precedent for
other golf courses in the city because Elm Creek was the only one envisioned as
a residential area, according to city documents.
Elm Creek will operate as normal until the last week of
Watch the full 12 News report in the player above. The Elm Creek story starts at 3:14.