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Spectrum Retirement Community Plans Fall Through

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October 27, 2008

By Kelly VanLeeuwen – Greenville News

A proposal for a Spectrum Retirement community at the intersection of Corn and Miller Roads in Mauldin has been withdrawn, according to company statement.

In the statement, Spectrum Acquisition Partners expressed its appreciation to the city and its regret for having to withdraw the development.

“Our experience in this community to date has been very positive,” wrote Mike Longfellow, vice president of construction and development.

The proposal had sailed through a public meeting, Planning Commission vote and first reading at City Council Oct. 20.

The plan had called for a main building with 70 independent living units, 54 assisted living units and 16 “memory care” units for patients with Alzheimer’s, with an additional 10 independent living units in five duplex buildings to be built around the 130,000-square-foot main facility.

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