UPDATED: Main Street townhome development passes first reading

UPDATE (09/19/19):  The vote on the Main Street townhome project passed first reading at Thursday's Travelers Rest City Council meeting.  Councilmembers Kelly Byers and Shaniece Criss voted against the measure.  The second and final reading will be held at October's council meeting.

TRAVELERS REST, S.C. — Travelers Rest city council members will on Thurs., Sept. 19 take the first of two required votes that would allow for the construction of up to 17 townhomes on a 1.2 acre parcel along N. Main Street and the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, across from Travelers Rest High School.

The development, Trailside Towns, has been recommended for approval by the planning commission. 

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The proposed development will consist of 2- and 3-bedroom units, ranging from 1200-1400 square feet. The footprint of each unit will be approximately 20 feet wide and 42 feet deep or less. Property line setbacks are 15 feet.

According to the developer, BRAYMACTR LLC, "[the] homes are designed to blend into the existing community through architectural, civil, and landscape design methods....Elevations will be stepped when possible to add to streetscape appeal and blend into the natural topography."

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To view the conceptual layout of the proposed development, click here.

Related on the Tribune: Travelers Rest City Council meeting Thursday, agenda here

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