The Terrene Homes development, located near the intersection of Sand Creek Road and Brentwood Boulevard, will soon get two parks following design approval by Brentwood’s Park and Recreation Commission.
Hummingbird Park (0.57 acre) and Live Oak Park (2.2 acres) will be built by Pulte Homes, following an agreement with the commission and city staff.
Hummingbird Park’s play area will include a rock-climbing feature along with a forest and tree house design geared toward 2- to 5-year-old children. Bike racks and a shade structure will also be built. The park will be located at the corner of Goose Creek Avenue and Sparrow Creek Drive.
Live Oak Park will include a par course, picnic tables, a play structure, large open lawn areas, benches, bike racks and water fountains, as well as a basketball court. It will be located between Bear Creek Drive and Stratford Way with a view of the aquatic basin.
Brentwood Park and Recreation Commissioners Blythe Lind, Angela Cox, Stephanie Williams-Rogers and Joseph Krissoff voted in support of the plans. Sandra Myers was not present. Krissoff acknowledged the work of city staff in reaching an agreement on the asphalt surface of the basketball court which he called much easier to maintain.
Andrew Wong, Pulte Homes project manager, said he expects construction on the two parks to start sometime next spring, with completion expected in fall 2020. Terrene Homes is planned to include 326 two-story homes.
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