New Hall of Fame Village plans show more details

Developers of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village have committed to plans that — from now on — will be subject to city approval.

By Alison Matas  / CantonRep.com staff writer / February 14, 2017

 

CANTON Developers of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village have committed to plans that — from now on — will be subject to city approval.

General development documents, filed with the city and obtained by The Canton Repository through a public records request, show McKinley High School will remain within the boundaries of the Village along with the nine major components planned for the project. The paperwork indicates most of the estimated $600 million, 107-acre Village is scheduled for a 2019 opening.


Scroll to the bottom of this story to see the plan in detail.

The plan must receive approval from two city boards before new construction can start. Any major future changes to the development, such as expanded boundaries or the addition of a new element that would increase traffic, will be required to have a public hearing first.

Here’s what master developer Industrial Realty Group — in partnership with the Pro Football Hall of Fame — has shared with the city:

Structures to be included

The map shows: