Developers will ask the Kearney City Council’s approval for the plan on Tuesday.
The nearly 8-acre proposal, by two Lexington investors, would be called Loyd Glen Estates and would abut the Brandt and Fountain Hills subdivisions. The area has been a vacant pasture for years.
Assistant City Manager Paul Briseno says the Kearney Planning Commission recently voted in favor of the development. City staff also recommends approval.