Plans surged ahead for the future Camperdown project – the current Greenville News site – as Greenville-based developer Centennial American Properties closed the sale of the 4-acre site for a price of $13.25 million, the company confirmed this week.
Centennial bought the site from Gannett Co. Inc. with plans for a four-building development and parking garage at 305 S. Main St., located directly across from the Peace Center. The project will include a 240-unit apartment complex; a 12-story building with 125,000 square feet of office space and 18 luxury condos by Centennial; a 150-room AC Hotel by Greenville-based JHM Hotels; and a 750-space parking garage.
The apartment complex developer, which has other local projects, is expected to be made public early next year, according to a Centennial representative.
Construction is slated to begin in early 2016, with completion of the first building set for 2017 and the entire project in 2018.
Plans emerge for Camperdown office building // Preliminary designs for one the new office buildings at the future Camperdown project – the current Greenville News site – have been submitted to the Greenville Design Review Board for review.
DRB to Camperdown developers: Try again on exterior // Plans for one of the new office buildings at the future Camperdown project – the current Greenville News site – were shot down last week at the Greenville Design Review Board meeting.
UPDATE: Camperdown office building renderings released // View the renderings for the Camperdown office building
Camperdown development proceeding after national developer pulls out // Development plans are still proceeding for the future Camperdown project – the current Greenville News site, after Dallas-based Trammell Crow announced it was pulling out of the project last week.