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A Paris Mountain homeowner who wants to develop 48 acres of land near the top of the Greenville mountain said he plans to revise his condominium plans when he presents them at a public meeting in front of the Greenville Planning Commission today.

Eric Kaufmann said he would knock down the building height of the condos from five stories to three, lowering the height from a maximum of 85 feet to 45 feet.

He also plans to split the main building from one sprawling 336,000 square-foot structure to three slightly smaller buildings, he said.

“What we’ve done is added three cooling garden roofs, split it up into three separate structures and reduced the overall square-footage by 26,000 square feet,” Kaufmann told GreenvilleOnline.com today.

Kaufmann still plans to build a 10,000-square-foot spa and wellness center on a hillside overlooking a 3.5 acre existing manmade lake. A 6,000-square-foot lake house would sit on the shores of the lake and would house a restaurant and bar open to members, he said.

Plans also include a 5,000-square-foot nature center and a 5,000-square-foot arts and crafts barn.

Greenville County Planning Commission will hold a public comment session at 4 p.m. today, in Conference Room D at County Square to hear from the community on the rezoning request to turn nearly 50 acres of mountain land that overlooks Paris Mountain State Park into the condominium development.

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Developer has withdrawn rezoning request. Unfortunately this means the 74 home subdivision can now get built. One step forward, two steps back.

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The Paris Mountain property owners have screwed up. I agree with gman430. This is indeed two steps back. The planned development as presented would have been much better for the environment and for the community than the subdivision. Too bad they could not see this. 

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