Developers plan apartment, single-family projects for Clarksville

A Clarksville-based development partnership has two projects set to come before the Clarksville-Montgomery County Regional Planning Commission later this month.

Double J Partners is proposing a 59-unit apartment complex at the corner of Professional Park Drive and Chesapeake Lane, and Tandy Hills, a 134-lot single-family development near the intersection of Sango and Trough Springs roads. 

Double J Partners’ apartment project

Documents submitted to the Regional Planning Commission show Double J Partners’ apartment complex is called “Lot 3 Clarksville Professional Park,” and units will be spread across five two-story buildings on the 3.69-acre lot.

J. Vernon Weakly, one of the partners behind Double J Partners, said he’s only waiting on the site plan approval before construction could start.

“We haven’t really decided when we’re going to break ground yet,” Weakley told the Business Journal. “When we do, construction will last about six months.”

Weakley couldn’t speak to the exact specifications of the property, but said there will be two- and three-bedroom units that will rent for between $1,300 and $1,500 per month.

Montgomery County records show Double J Partners bought the two parcels the project would be built on for a total of $1.5 million.

The property will also have 145 parking spaces.

Single-family development plans

The Tandy Hills development is awaiting approval for a revised plan, Weakley said.

He said the homes will be 3,000 square feet or larger.

“We could start construction on [Tandy Hills] pretty soon, and that would last about a year,” Weakley said. “The houses in this subdivision will probably sell for around $800,000.”

Montgomery County records show Double J Partners bought the 140-acre plot of land in 2021 for $3.64 million.

The latest county appraisal valued the land at $1.1 million.

Double J Partners’ projects are the latest in a string of developments coming to Clarksville.

The city has seen significant investment from a range of industries, including the second-largest in the Tennessee’s history — $3.2 billion from LG Chem.


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