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Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission approves additional land for a possible new hotel


On Thursday, Columbia's Planning and Zoning Commission held a public meeting to discuss expanding The Crosscreek Center Development area near Stadium and Highway 63.

According to city documents, developers are planning to build a new four-story hotel.  Developers had to request approval of an updated statement of intent to move the project forward.

Commission members approved the SOI with a 7-1 vote.

In the original statement of intent for the area, the document only allowed for 13.3 acres of land to be used for the development area with a list of specific uses.

Developers are asking to add an extra 1.2 acres along Cinnamon Hill Lane ,which are outlined in red striping below.

New hotel location/Courtesy of City of Columbia

Katie Kane lives near the site and said she has reservations about the project.

"My main concerns were: increased traffic burden, type of hotel for that location, and the rather strange location itself," Kane said in an email. "I have not kept track, but it appears the Stadium/63 intersection already has plenty of wrecks."

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