Fort Mill Delays Vote on 1,000 Home Development


Fort Mill Town Council delayed a vote Monday night on a proposed 1,000-home development, as members and project planners await more information on the potential impact of local roads.

Two annexation ordinances came to Council at its May 13 meeting for Waterside on the Catawba, which if approved will be located on 470 acres between Whites Road, off Doby’s Bridge Road, and the Catawba River. All but four parcels within the development would need annexation into town limits. With more annexations coming than the two appearing Monday night, town planning staff requested that Council defer the issue to June 10 when all petitions could come together.

There also will be a public hearing on the annexations that night.

Lennar Homes would build the project. Kevin Granelli represented the company Monday night. Included in Waterside would be homes ranging from the low $200s to the $400s, he said. There also are a little more than five acres for public use. Shown as an option were a soccer and baseball field with parking. Pocket parks would be located throughout, Granelli said.


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