new development

Bruce Wiles factors to land they own north of their Plattsmouth small business, The Hop Yard, in which he and his spouse, Annette, would like to see a progress designed with upper-scale properties. They have been performing with metropolis officials and representatives from the Cass County Nebraska Financial Growth Council on the project.

Timothy Rohwer

PLATTSMOUTH – There’s some land north of Plattsmouth, about 50 acres or so that has under no circumstances been utilised, just sitting down there.

The homeowners, Bruce and Annette Wiles, want to change that.

They would like to see households dwelling in upper-scale residences there in the foreseeable future.

“We’re really thrilled,” Annette said this 7 days. “It’s a fantastic chance for Plattsmouth and Cass County to get new house tax earnings.”

The Wiles are house owners of The Hop Garden, situated on 18003 Club Watch Street, just east of U.S. Highway 75 north of Plattsmouth.

Their proposed enhancement would be to the north of their business enterprise.

“The sights are remarkable and the wildlife is mad,” Annette reported. “We have foxes, turkeys, deer, rabbits, owls.”

What is additional, the spot just off Hwy. 75 would be excellent for all those operating closer to the Omaha metro, she additional.

The Wiles are working with a consulting organization on distinctive possibilities concerning the style of the progress.

The variety of plenty could be from 15 to 30 or so. The lot sizes could vary from a person-and-a-50 % to a few acres.

Properties on these a lot could array from a minimum amount of $750,000 on up, which would also contain the rate of the ton, Bruce stated.