The architects hired to create a revival plan for the Kass Circle neighborhood in the heart of old Spring Hill said, basically, that the area currently doesn’t look like much.
Nearby houses are “unsightly,” according to a report produced by the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design.
The lack of landscaping in the median gives the adjacent stretch of Spring Hill Drive a “minimalist and unfinished appearance.”
The neighborhood’s main shopping plaza, the report noted, is anchored by a Save-A-Lot grocery and a Family Dollar store.
To which Pat McNeese might say, the neighborhood doesn’t look like much yet.