Subdivision plan withdrawn for former Greenville County Golf Course | Greenville Company

TAYLORS — A developer has withdrawn one of three subdivision plans that were submitted to turn nine gated holes at Pebble Creek Country Club into a mix of townhouses and townhouses, but plans to continue development of the other two subdivisions .

GreenCity SC developer Nikolya Serdyuk has withdrawn the Adena Links subdivision plan, one of three proposed subdivisions set to be heard by the Greenville County Planning Commission at its March 23 meeting.

Serdyuk said he plans to reformulate plans for Adena Links as it appears to have the most opposition from residents of Pebble Creek subdivisions due to the number of townhouses near existing homes and its entrance on Huntcliff Drive at Stallings Road.

GreenCity SC had proposed to build 62 townhouses on the 22 acres next to Stallings Road in Adena Links.

“Instead of moving forward, we’re stopping to work with the community and find better design there,” Serdyuk said. “There is more work to be done in terms of community.”

GreenCity is moving forward with plans for Inverarry Point, with 86 homes on 24 acres, and Aetna Springs, with 54 townhomes on 25 acres. Serdyuk said there seemed to be “less resistance” to these subdivision plans from residents.

GreenCity is under contract to purchase 71 acres from Lynwood Young, owner of the golf course. Those acres are found on holes 5 through 13 of the Linkside 1 course, which Young closed in 2021.

Residents celebrated the withdrawal of the application, but said they still plan to object to the remaining subdivision proposals, citing the number of additional homes they believe do not fit the existing neighborhood and traffic flow. along Stallings Road during rush hour.


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Residents shared images and videos of dozens of vehicles backed up in the morning along dual carriageway Stallings Road near its intersection with Rutherford Road.

“We don’t think it’s appropriate for this area to incorporate all of these homes,” said Pebble Creek resident Richard Matthews.

Matthews said the state Department of Transportation has reported 160 car wrecks since 2016 on Reid School, Stallings and Rutherford roads and at the intersection of Mountain Creek Church and State Park roads.

He said Pebble Creek plans to have crowds of residents at planning commission hearings to voice their opposition to the projects.


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