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81 G r e e r Community Master Plan enhanced by extending East Phillips Road from SC 14 along the frontage of I-85 to Brokman-McClimon Road. This roadway would improve connectivity in the area and enhance the northern portion of the site as a future office and employment center. The officeemployment area should be directly connected to the retail center and could be connected via a multi-use trail to the residential areas as well if appropriate. The southern end of the corridor should maintain its focus on additional office medical and employment opportunities. South 14 Corridor Strategies Develop gateway urban design and streetscape enhancements Encourage a master-planned development between Pelham Medical Center and I-85 that incorporates a mixture of uses and is connected through an internal network of roadways and pedestrianbicycle paths Limit commercial development to the frontage of SC 14 on the east side in a walkable village- style format and encourage office employment facilities closer to I-85 Residential development should be encouraged east of Dillard Creek with pedestrianbicycle paths that connect to adjacent development Incorporate a greenway trail along Dillard Creek that connects to other area trails and Pelham Mill Park Foster additional employment growth in the area that complements the medical center and the access afforded by the interchange at I-85 Extend the frontage road along the south side of I-85 to Brockman- McClimon at Freeman Farm Road to provide a full local connection between SC 14 and Highway 101 Maintain appropriate buffers between commercial areas along SC 14 and future residential development to the east particularly along Abner Creek Road E Howell Road and Westmoreland Road Goals Improve the appearance and environment of the gateway from I-85 to Greer Foster a more significant employment area with supporting commercial Provide an appropriate transition from I-85 and SC 14 to future residential growth anticipated to the east and south