A public hearing scheduled for Tuesday will focus on a plan that could add 600 homes to Tega Cay, along with land for business and recreation uses.
Windhaven would be a planned development pulling together nine properties, most in unincorporated York County, some already inside the city. The properties, north of Gold Hill Road, total more than 75 acres. Most of the property would be annexed.
The initial proposal had up to 680 new homes. Changes after review this week by the city Planning Commission would cap the number of homes at 600.
The commission doesn’t offer formal recommendations until after public hearings.
The plan would set aside 20 acres for the city to develop for recreation uses, a site for a future school and up to eight acres of commercial property.
The residential uses will vary.
“It’s a mix of residential uses,” said Susan Britt, city planning and development manager. “It could include single-family attached, townhomes, patio homes.”
The Tega Cay City Council will meet with the Planning Commission at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Glennon Center. A public hearing will be held on the proposal.