Baylor School said it is now including 30 townhomes in its future residential needs.
Baylor has applied with the Regional Planning Agency to modify its Planned Unit Development (PUD) that was approved in June 2016.
The PUD list 435.7 acres for academic and sports uses as well as 16.8 acres for future housing needs. The school is located on the banks of the Tennessee River opposite Williams Island.
Baylor said it now wants to change some of the numbers in the future residential portion of the PUD.
In addition to the townhome move, it wants to reduce new student housing by 108 to 72 and reduce new single-family residences from 25 to 17.
The changes will lower the density per acre from 8.5 to 7.7.