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77 G r e e r Community Master Plan should be a part of major renovations more than 50 of the propertys assessed value or new construction within 400 feet of West Poinsett Street. Additional gateway urban design elements and landscaping also should be considered at the intersection of Wade Hampton and West Poinsett Street to solidify the connection to Greer Station. Mixed-Use Nodes Consistent with the preferred growth strategy growth and investment near the intersection of Wade Hampton Boulevard and Buncombe Road would create a concentrated node with a mix of uses. Greater emphasis should be given to placemaking and creating development centers rather than development corridors. In partnership with the private sector the City of Greer could recognize this potential through future development of this proposed mixed-use node. Likewise the gateway to downtown at West Poinsett Street could likely support multi-story development with a mix of commercial retail office and potentially residential uses in a walkable development. Multi-use Trails As the area continues to evolve West Poinsett Street should become a multimodal corridor that connects these development nodes to Greer Station. Additional trail connections to nearby residential areas should be considered along Chick Springs Road Lancaster Road and Buncombe Road. Wade Hampton Goals Maintain and enhance the Wade Hampton corridor with increased site development and design standards Establish architectural standards to create a gateway to Greer Station at Poinsett encourage the use of traditional building materials including brick traditional architectural forms Foster opportunities to diversify land uses along Wade Hampton including mixed-use buildings and multi-use sites that include office andor residential Strategies Review and enhance site signage and sidewalk standards for Wade Hampton Establish architectural standards for the Greer Station Gateway area Construct intersection improvement potentially a roundabout at Buncombe at Taylor Road Establish sidewalk and urban design standards for Buncombe Road Establish multiuse trails paths along Chick Springs to Greer Station and along South Buncombe to Brushy Creek Trail