A new mixed-use development to include retail and multifamily with a 4,400-square-foot footprint has been proposed for the corner of Pendleton, Irvine, and Branwood streets in the Village of West Greenville.
The event is an exclusive tour of 15 newly constructed private residences throughout Greenville and takes place over two weekends, Oct. 12-14 and 19-21.
Vice president of Hughes Development Corporation, Jayne McCall was recently honored for her 36-year success in commercial real estate.
Grandbridge Real Estate Capital has closed a $32 million mortgage loan secured by Reed Row Apartments. Greenville-based Grandbridge senior vice presidents Phillip Cox and Bill...
Patrick Square, a traditional neighborhood development in Clemson, is collaborating with Dominion Senior Living to offer a unique homeowning experience for senior citizens who...
Owner Cally Mauk, who got her start in retail with Coast Apparel and moved to Greenville from Charlotte in 2014, describes her merchandising plans for Ember Outfitters as a cross between Mast General Store and Half-Moon Outfitters but not as preppy as Palmetto Moon.
By Josh Lonon Wyche Law Firm Nationwide, listings for short-term rentals on marketplaces such as Airbnb continue to grow, especially in destination hot spots like Greenville....
Located in the spaces facing the courtyard of the 43,000-square-foot development will be Hoppin’, a modern self-serve tap room out of Charlotte; Urban Wren, a new Greenville-based urban winery; and Todaro Pizza from Clemson.
The partners of the Equus Club Wine Club at Lake Keowee venture announced in 2015 but never completed have shifted course to bring a new winery, under the name Eagle Mountain Winery LLC, to Greenville County.
UC Funds has secured a $6.85 million first mortgage loan for the refinance of the 139-room, 2.2-acre Wyndham Garden Greenville hotel within 3 miles...
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Quarterly market transactions in the Upstate
An ounce of prevention can be worth a pound of cure, especially in the case of commercial leases.
Of the three primary commercial real-estate sectors — office, industrial, and retail — retail has been altered the most since the recession.
Market analysis derived from second quarter 2018 CRE market reports provided by Avison Young, CBRE, Colliers, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, NAI Earle Furman, and Newmark Grubb Wilson Kibler.