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79 G r e e r Community Master Plan The interchange of SC 14 at I-85 is a major southern gateway and access point into the City of Greer. Though sections of the corridor do not fall within Greers city limits Greer wraps along and around SC 14 from Hammett Bridge Road to the Enoree River. The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport along with major industrial development is located north of the interchange. Pelham Medical Center the Pelham-Batesville Fire Department and large areas of vacant land exist to the south. While the SC 14 corridorparticularly south of I-85 West Poinsett Streetis an important growth area for Greer future development is limited by the Greenville- Spartanburg International Airport GSP Environs Area. The GSP Environs Area illustrated with hatching on the Susceptibility to Change diagram to the right caps the heights of structures and limits potential land uses to those that are compatible with airport operations and safety. A major restriction in this area is the limitations to residential development and assembly spaces. Though the Susceptibility to Change diagram provides a good overview of available developable land many of these opportunities are restricted by the GSP Environs Area. Most of the development opportunities lie to the east of this zone and thus on the east side of SC 14. The preferred growth strategy identifies the SC 14 corridor as an employment center that builds off the airport and Pelham Medical Center. The area also is appropriate for supporting local-service commercial retail and residential development particularly along Abner Creek and Brockman- McClimon Roads. Corridor Standards South 14 Corridor As a first step corridor standards should be developed for SC 14. Potential corridor standards would enhance SC 14 as a gateway into and out of Greer and ensure development along the corridor is more compatible with Pelham Medical Center. Corridor standards also should focus on appropriate sidewalktrail widths landscape buffers lighting and site architectural design standards to maintain a focus on more connected higher- quality future development. Additional urban design gateway features may be considered at the interchange. Mixed-Use Development A significant development opportunity along the SC 14 corridor is the large undeveloped area between I-85 and Pelham Medical Center. A mixed-use master-planned development that balances land uses and promotes growth and investment is necessary given the need to cluster commercial retail and restaurant development in this area. The presence of Dillard Creek through the site is a major asset that could be leveraged. The focus area plan limits retail and restaurant development to a walkable village-style area along the east side of SC 14 north of the medical center. All areas east of Dillard Creek should be considered for open space and residential development that could be directly connected to the village retail center via a footbridge and walking trail. The northern end of the site can be