Simpsonville townhome development that drew opposition likely after annexation, rezoning | Real Estate
SIMPSONVILLE — In a 4-3 vote, Simpsonville City Council gave final approval to the annexation and rezoning of a property to make way for a townhome community opposed by residents of the surrounding community.
Council members Stephanie Kelley, Sherry Roche and Lou Hutchings voted against the proposal.
The proposed 117-unit development will be built along Stenhouse Road on an 8-acre tract which sits between a Walmart on West Georgia Road and the Longleaf subdivision. Council’s vote May 11 brought the land, previously broken into six single-residence properties, into the city limits and rezoned it from residential suburban to high-density residential.