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In 2007, the General Motors Corporation (GM), the parent company of Saturn, shut the facility down to retool the facility for production of other GM vehicles and renamed it Spring Hill Manufacturing. The plant reopened in February 2008 and became the assembly point for the new Chevrolet Traverse. However, after a battle among plants in Spring Hill, Orion Township, Michigan and Janesville, Wisconsin, GM announced on June 26, 2009 that they had chosen to build a new small car in Orion Township. Nearly 2,500 Spring Hill auto workers were faced with lay-off, buy-out and early retirement.
The vehicle assembly part of the Spring Hill plant was idled in late 2009 when production of the Traverse was moved to Lansing, Michigan, while production of power trains and metal stamping continued. In November 2011, GM announced plans for retooling of the vehicle assembly portion of the plant for use as an “ultra-flexible” plant which will initially be used to build the Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain but will be designed for rapid retooling to other vehicles of similar size. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)
Spring Hill experienced booming growth in the 1990′s when GM opened its Saturn plant off of Saturn Parkway. Developers and builders flocked to the area to build what is now the unmistakeable residential community. If you work in Franklin, but are looking for a little more space for your money Spring Hill, TN is a great option.
The majority of home prices in the area range from $125K’s – $350K’s.