Development to offers residences, commercial space authors Bill Lewis A mixed-use development is being eyed for Madison. To be called Dry Creek Station, according to a Metro document, the project will offer 394 multi-family residential units, 46 townhomes and up to 2,500 square feet of commercial space. It is planned for a 21.81-acre site located about one block west of Gallatin Pike at 320 Connare Drive and 110 One Mile Parkway. Grand Prix LLC is listed on the document but the Post was unable to contact officials with the entity by press time. The prospective developers are requesting specific plan zoning and have enlisted Nashville-based Catalyst Design Group for land planning and entitlements. Louisville-based Rickhaus Designs LLC is also working on the project. Lyman Davis and Judith Gayle Davis own the property, according to Metro records. Dry Creek Station will include a swimming pool among other amenities, according to the application. The document does not note if the residences will be for sale or for lease. The development and SP zoning request are in the preliminary stage, according to Jared Cunningham, a project manager and landscape architect for Catalyst Design Group. He said the developers plan to hold discussions with both residents of the general area and the Metro Council. The parcels currently are zoned RS20 for low- to medium-density single-family residential use, R10 for single- and two-family dwellings, and CS for a range of commercial services including low-intensity manufacturing and storage facilities.