Jacquemin Farms won't gain approval until late September at the earliest.

Jacquemin Farms won't gain approval until late September at the earliest.

The Jerome Township Zoning Board on Monday, Aug. 24, heard a proposal for 300 apartments, retail and senior living on the site where Jacquemin Farms sits and postponed any action until Sept. 28.

County analysis on the traffic study for the busy Hyland-Croy area is ongoing.

Residents packed the room, citing concerns of traffic and students the proposed apartments would add to overtaxed Dublin City Schools residents.

Others, including Jerome Township business owners, applauded the proposal for bringing additional housing and retail to the area.

The Jacquemin Farms proposal comes from the Schottenstein Real Estate Group that this week announced an additional project in the area.

Gateway Village, proposed for the east side of Hyland-Croy Road north of Post Road, would usher in two senior-living facilities.

Schottenstein Real Estate Group is working with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus on the assisted-living facility proposed for Gateway Village.

The developer plans to invest $110 million on Gateway Village and Jacquemin Farms, dubbed the Hyland-Croy Gateway District, according to a news release from the company.

For more on the proposed developments, check out the Aug. 27 edition of ThisWeek Dublin Villager.