A Kentucky-based developer's proposal that includes two hotels and restaurants in Jeffersonville has cleared a hurdle. The News And Tribune reports White Reach Development LLC has received an approval from the city's redevelopment commission to purchase land that would include space for 250 rooms, several dining locations and a coffee shop. The purchase price is nearly $600,000 and is the same amount invested in the property by the commission.

The “Falls Landing” project could include a Zaxby's, Cracker Barrel, Taco Bell, McDonald's and Starbucks.

It could include one or two hotels. Drury Inn & Suites and Marriot Residence Inns are possibilities.

White Reach Development Managing Member Steve Reach says the earliest the project could get underway is next year.

Source: The News And Tribune

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