Proposals Evolve for Two New Travelers Rest Projects

June 11, 2008

By Angelia Davis – Greenville News

Two new neighborhoods, with nearly 200 lots total, are being considered for properties behind the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Travelers Rest.

The new communities are among the five subdivision preliminary plats and 274 proposed residential lots submitted this month to the Greenville County Planning Department.

The county’s Subdivision Advisory Committee will review the proposals Monday in Conference Room A at County Square, according to Pat Webb, the county’s subdivision coordinator.

The committee, which includes representatives from local and state public service providers and the school district, only reviews the projects to advise on what will be required before the subdivision is built or what will be needed to bring it into compliance, Webb has said.

No one on the committee has the ability to vote in favor of or against a project.

According to county planner records, developer Mark Nyblom of Rosewood of the Piedmont submitted plats for Paris Vista North and Parke Wood North in Travelers Rest.

The subdivisions neighbor each other at Little Texas and Smith roads. Both are proposed cluster developments.

Paris Vista North would have a minimum of 61 lots on 26 acres, while Parke Wood North would have at least 126 lots on 47.1 acres.

The county planning staff and commissioners will also consider changes to phase one of the planned Copper Lakes development off Geer Highway and Moody Bridge Road in Cleveland.

The change involves the entrance and a road that’s part of the development. No residential lots are associated with this phase.

Copper Lakes LLC has also submitted a preliminary plat for a phase involving 59 residential lots on 191.83 acres.

Piedmont-based Heritage Crest LLC is seeking to extend an existing development at State 14 and Heritage Park Place in Simpsonville by developing 28 more lots on 8.27 acres.



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