Members of the Fort Mill Planning Commission are being asked Tuesday to approve plans by a developer to demolish a vacant house near the Subway restaurant in downtown Fort Mill and replace it with an office building.
The existing home at 110 Clebourne Street will be demolished and replaced by a 4,500 square foot office building, according to the proposal. The project will include 15 parking spaces located in front of the building. The sidewalk along Clebourne Street will remain and the new construction includes brick veneer and hardi board siding.
The request comes from Ferrara Buist, LLC, which is asking the town’s Planning Commission on Tuesday to grant commercial appearance review approval for the office building. The property owner is Terrier Property Group, LLC.
The land covers a half-acre next to the Subway restaurant. It is directly across from The Clebourne Building, a two-story building that holds Prudential, Liberty Mutual, Frisch Family Chiropractic and Macaulay & Associates, among other tenants. Current zoning is Local Commercial.
The town’s staff is recommending the commission grant the commercial appearance review with a condition allowing town staff to approve minor adjustments to the site plan, landscape plan, signage plan, and lighting plan to satisfy the comments and requirements of the town’s Fire Marshal, SCDOT or the town’s Utilities and Planning Departments.
The Planning Commission will meet remotely at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. To join the meeting by phone, dial toll-free to 877-568-4106 and use access code 974-240-653.
Want to join the Planning Commission? The Town of Fort Mill is accepting applications for residents to serve on the commission. Find more information at fortmillsc.gov/planning or email [email protected]