Founders Federal Credit Union will relocate its office at 875 E. Main St. into the nearly 10,000-square-foot former BB&T Bank branch at 1461 E. Main St. and has leased the 875 E. Main St. building to Sub Station II.
Built in 2007, Alston Arms sits on 8.73 acres with 7,200 square feet.
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The property must first be approved as a Flexible Review District before the project can move forward.
The city’s contribution would include a 300-space municipal parking garage.
Right now, CitiSculpt’s main focus is erecting a second office building on the property, in addition to the existing office building that houses Agfa Healthcare’s North American headquarters.
The possibility of facilitating collaboration between the tenants is the foundation for many of the renovations planned.
Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty is the fifth South Carolina affiliate for the brand.
The combined company will be based in Greenville and continue to use the NAI Earle Furman name in the Upstate.
The proposed mixed-use project on both sides of Buncombe Street near the Heritage Green cultural complex would be The Beach Co.’s third major development in downtown Greenville since 2014.
Duncan-based global fiber optic manufacturer AFL on Tuesday, Sept. 5, raised the walls of a new home it is building in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg for a local mother and her five children.
Upstate-based commercial real estate firm NAI Earle Furman announced Friday, Sept. 1, Spartanburg business leader John Bauknight has joined its brokerage team in Spartanburg.
Bringing people together was a main goal for the complete overhaul of both the interior and exterior.
Florida-based Elevation Financial Group, a provider of affordable housing for seniors and families, announced it has sold Serenity Apartments at 345 Bryant Road in Spartanburg to Simpsonville-based Upstate Property Rentals for $7.05 million.
Spartanburg businessman Alexander Orehowski has purchased the former Piedmont Blood Center building at 186 E. Main St. in downtown Spartanburg and is pursuing a redevelopment of the facility constructed in 1926.