A new mixed-use project is coming to downtown Spartanburg, which will include 30 new apartments and 3,000 square feet of retail or restaurant space at the northeast corner of Daniel Morgan Avenue and West Main Street.
Developer Royce Camp says the new project, called 198 Main and Morgan, will be a modern, contemporary design. “It will be something new and something different for Spartanburg,” said Camp.
The project will be five stories plus an underground parking level for residents. The apartments will be a mixture of studio and one- and two-bedroom units, and will be similar in décor, but a little larger, than Camp’s Wall Street project, also in Spartanburg. There will also be a parking lot for resident overflow parking and for retail/restaurant patrons.
A walkway bridge on the second floor will connect the building Camp owns next door, which currently houses Carriage House Wines, to the new project, so occupants can use a shared elevator. The existing building has five additional apartments.
For the retail space, Camp said that he expects to have one sit-down restaurant and one boutique retail space, but it’s still too early in the project to say for sure. It could end up being two or three restaurants or more retail, he said.
Construction is expected to begin in July 2016 with completion in the third or fourth quarter of 2017.