Mixed Use Development Planned for Clemson


Pacolet-Milliken Enterprises Inc. has agreed with the city of Clemson to jointly develop a master plan for 180 acres the investment company owns along U.S. Highway 76 in Clemson. The tract is between the Milliken Finishing Plant and Old Stone Church Road.

Clemson officials will pay one-third of the projected $75,000 cost of the master plan, which City Administrator Rick Cotton said Wednesday will involve “public input on the front end” of what likely will become a mixed-use development over the next decade.

John Montgomery, the Spartanburg company’s vice president of real estate, said the parties have agreed that a master plan is the best approach and will likely lead to a mix of single-family homes, apartments, commercial, retail and green spaces.

“We are excited to be a partner with the city,” Montgomery said.


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