The under-construction Traditional Neighborhood Development located off of Highway 14, hosted its spring reveal April 27-28 to open the new welcome center and model home, constructed by Greenville-based Milestone Custom Homes, to the public, and also revealed plans to redevelop the Hartness family home into an inn and event destination.
The 173-acre community will eventually contain 435 residences, with a third of the development being open space.
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The newly announced Southern Bleachery development in front of what is known as Taylors Mill will be the new home for the festival in a redeveloped warehouse designed specifically by the developer, Lawrence Black, with Indie Craft Parade in mind.
Lawrence and Ashleigh Black, who already operate the Southern Bleachery event venue inside Taylors Mill, have now, in partnership with Kenneth Walker and with the help of former Texas tiny home developer Kevin Duckworth, undertaken an enormous redevelopment project with an aggressive timeline for the western-most section of the property that has the ability to be a catalyst for change in not just in the struggling former mill community, but the entire Greater Greenville region as well.
The sale of an iconic downtown Clemson storefront was finalized in late April, signaling that the original Mr. Knickerbocker store is changing hands.
Spartanburg County's spec market is undergoing an unprecedented expansion. Here's a look at the projects and factors fueling the growth.
Market analysis derived from first-quarter 2018 commercial real estate market reports provided by Avison Young, CBRE, Colliers, CBC Caine, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, NAI Earle Furman, and Newmark Grubb Wilson Kibler.
Formerly public housing properties, Vista Capital, which is already established in nearby Hendersonville, will oversee their conversion to low income housing tax credit communities.
The property that sits just outside of Greenville’s designated Historic West End district is being redeveloped by Chris Brown of Family Legacy Inc. as new office space for the financial planning business with space for additional tenants.
Tony Bonitati, Kay Hill, and Bern DuPree of NAI Earle Furman’s Multifamily Division arranged the transaction on behalf of the buyer, 100 East Venture LLC. The seller, DPG Pazdan Greenville LLC, was not represented in the sale.
The Greenville-based real estate private equity firm plans to update and reposition the asset.
The company has signed a lease for a little more than 8,000 square feet, leaving between 8,000-11,000 square feet of office space available in the recently renovated Wells Fargo Center.
The first restaurant tenant announcement came last week — local restaurant group Larkin’s Restaurants has signed a lease for the 6,000-square-foot, second floor location of the building also occupied by the Greenville News at the corner of East Broad and Falls streets
Companies leaving downtown, like Wynit and TD Bank, and others that have downsized, are leaving large blocks of office space sitting empty. More than half a million square feet of office space is available in downtown Greenville.