by Kelly Smith
A developer is pitching an "urban-type village" for Plymouth that includes two luxury hotels, senior housing, shops and a parking ramp at the site of the former Four Seasons Mall, which has sat vacant for years.
Rock Hill Management is proposing to tear down the abandoned structure and turn the 17-acre site off County Road 9 and Hwy. 169 into a high-end 95-room hotel, another 100-room hotel and a 139-unit senior housing project.
The plans also include retail stores, offices, restaurants and a bank, cafe and three-story parking ramp.
Read more at Hotel Online.