Redevelopment of former automotive service station in West End underway

Greenville’s West End
rendering by DP3 Architects

The redevelopment of a formerly vacant automotive service station is underway at 1122 S. Main Street in Greenville’s West End. The approximately 9,330-square-foot building is being developed for office and retail uses.

Forum Benefits LLC, an Alera Group Company, will relocate their offices into approximately 4,500 square feet in the center the building, leaving a 1,490-square-foot space and a 3,346-square-foot space on either end available for additional tenants.

Building owner Brian Stritt, who also serves as managing partner for Forum, has owned the building since 2013 and has waited for the right time to relocate his expanding company to this location.

Greenville’s West End
rendering by DP3 Architects

“The project team has been engaged in planning this site since 2015 and we are very excited to be relocating Forum to this building,” Stritt said. “As we have grown, our workforce has evolved, seeking wellness and community in addition to the usual motivations. Downtown offers amenities, walkability and variety to our staff, and we are excited to be part of the fabric of the West End.”

Project partners include DP3 Architects; Pintail Capital Partners LLC, who is providing development advisory and leasing services; general contractor Mavin Construction, and financing partner Southern First Bank.

“Since our involvement with the Mac’s Speed Shop project located a few blocks away, we have strived to continue to assist clients with reimagining a once dilapidated part of Greenville,” said Michael Taylor, managing principal of DP3 Architects. “This project will help continue the quality infill growth in this area.”

Construction has begun with an anticipated late fall 2019 completion.

View the listing flyer here.


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