This was Greenville's first large-scale apartment complex. The three-story complex was built in 1915-1916 for G. D. Davenport by real estate developer Eugene A. Gilfillin. The Davenport Apartments at the intersection of East Washington and Church streets are today the Davenport Condos.
Hudson will create an overall growth strategy and shape the tactical agenda of the health system. He most recently served as system director of planning and business development for Valley Health System.
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If you’re searching for the futuristic tech from your favorite movie, just look around you
Customers will pay a lot more to individualize their purchases – or better still, interact with making the products
Real estate developer Tom Croft has had a hand in some of the most notable projects in downtown Greenville in the past 15 years. He developed the first multistory high-end condo project downtown, at 400 N. Main Street. He also brought Field House condominiums to Fluor Field, and Park View to Cleveland Park’s Rock Quarry Garden.
So what projects are worth keeping an eye on in 2015? What’s changed? Which projects are still in play? Here’s an update on 10 of the largest multifamily projects happening downtown this year.
So how much is too much? At what point are there too many multifamily units downtown? UBJ asked some of the area’s top brokers to weigh in on the question: Are there too many multifamily units being built in downtown Greenville?
Downtown apartment rental rates provided by the City of Greenville Department of Economic Development.
Commercial real estate firm Langston Black announced this week that cofounder David Black has left the company.
Although Uber never stopped operating in South Carolina after the Public Service Commission (PSC) gave the company a cease-and-desist order earlier this month, the company can operate legally again in the state.
Work on GE’s 132,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing facility are in full swing, with around 125 people working through GE Power & Water’s selected builder, Columbia-based M.B. Kahn.
Fourth quarter 2014 commercial market reports are out, and there aren’t really any big surprises. The Upstate market continues to see strong numbers in the office, industrial and retail sectors, with only minor fluctuations. But don’t take our word for it. Here are excerpts from the fourth quarter 2014 market reports from some of the area’s leading commercial real estate companies.
But one name you might not hear in the story of CU-ICAR, one person who hasn’t been in area news recently, is Cliff Rosen, save for a lonely mention at the bottom of stories about a 106,000-square-foot workforce development project next to ICAR.
In the next step of the transformation of the Greenville News property, the city’s Design Review Board granted partial approval Wednesday night of the overall site plan concept.
Studios for artists in the form of live/work spaces in the Village of West Greenville could become a reality if the Greenville Housing Authority (TGHA) moves forward with plans for The Gallery project.
A year ago, the Iron Yard had four employees. Today, the company has 45 full-time and around 30 part-time employees, according to Eric Dodds, The Iron Yard’s chief marketing officer. The Iron Yard opened 10 campuses in the last year, has four in the works and could have as many as 19 or 20 by 2016, he said.
Poor air quality in the Upstate could prevent new businesses and business expansion in the region if the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reduces allowable ground-level ozone levels, according to a state Department of Health & Environmental Control official.
Renovations completed in July 2013 to the historic Evans Building in downtown Spartanburg for the Spartanburg Community College Downtown Campus earned LEED Silver certification this month.