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Townhome projects move forward

Developers propose 78 townhome lots on Rocky Slope Road at Hollingsworth Park and 16 townhomes on West Stone Avenue in downtown Greenville, according to plans reviewed by city officials.

January 10, 2017

by David Dykes

Illustration above: West Stone Avenue townhomes. Rendering provided by Tindall Architecture Workshop

Developers propose 78 townhome lots on Rocky Slope Road at Hollingsworth Park and 16 townhomes on West Stone Avenue in downtown Greenville, according to plans reviewed by city officials.

The Neighborhood Design Panel of the city’s Design Review Board on Jan. 5 held informal reviews of the projects, which also must be reviewed by the city Planning Commission.

Both projects received positive comments from panel members.

Shouse Development Corp. plans three-bedroom townhomes on nearly nine acres on Rocky Slope. The preliminary landscape plan identifies the project as the Chelsea Townhomes at Hollingsworth Park.

Meanwhile, Southern Investment & Development proposes 16 townhomes one block west of Main Street and Stone Avenue.

The brick townhomes — called Westone Station — will offer outdoor living spaces, gourmet kitchens and a three-car garage option, according to Southern officials.

Carriage homes will be priced from the high $200,000s and manor homes will start in the low $400,000s, the officials said.

With Planning Commission approval and pre-sales between January and March, Southern hopes to break ground in April for a fall 2017 delivery, said Christopher Laney, Southern’s managing partner.

The townhomes will adjoin a commercial development of retail, restaurant and office space, including a second location of Coffee Underground.

“Our intention of the project is to create a walkable urban community that fits within the Stone Avenue master plan,” Laney said.

For more information, go to WestoneStation.com.

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