DP3 Architects will be moving from the historic Greenville Gas and Electric Light Building at 211 E. Broad St. to the Wells Fargo Center the last week of December.
Those projects include apartments, retail, restaurants, hotels, and office space, sometimes all in one development.
The newest marketing materials from NorthPointe show approximately 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space in the planned mixed-use development.
The three-story project includes a mix of two-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
Located at 3906 Augusta Road near the I-85 interchange, the multi-tenant center formerly home to Mrs. Firecracker's, began undergoing major renovations in April 2017.
The property, Kerner Mill Townhomes in Kernersville, N.C., consists of 160 units and was fully occupied at the time of sale.
Judson Mill Ventures LLC purchased the former textile plant from Milliken & Company as a redevelopment opportunity.
Comprised of two two-story, formerly vacant buildings that total 8,000 square feet, Railside is divided into 13 smaller studios designed for artists and creative and five small-business units.
For this year’s Design Issue, we turned to some of the most high-profile architectural firms in the Upstate to highlight the best examples of these four elements working in harmony and standing out on their own.
The Woodlands at Furman broke ground Oct. 12 on 28 new homes that will be part of the continuing care retirement community’s Villas project.
UBJ's monthly rundown of significant commercial real estate transactions.
“There is no other available parcel anywhere near this scale in this proximity to downtown,” Avison Young senior vice president Rob Howell says. “In the right hands, it could be on par with the impact CU-ICAR has had on the Greenville community.”
“Travelers Rest is a natural because the retail, restaurants, and outdoor space is already there.”
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Daniel Realty Company of Birmingham, Ala., has submitted an application for land development to the City of Greenville for a 242-unit, multi-family development named Legacy Haywood Apartments at Old Airport and Woods Crossing roads.