The Palms at Brushy Creek, a 9,000-square-foot retail strip center announced near Brushy Creek and Suber roads in Greer, has broken ground and is actively leasing two spaces in the development.
Located at 3120 Brushy Creek Road, the development is owned by Venditio LLC. Jay Desai, part owner of Venditio, said the goal is to bring an environmentally conscious, modern retail and restaurant experience to the Greer community he’s called home for six years.
Tenants who have signed multiyear leases for the end units include CKO Kickboxing and a 3,600-square-foot restaurant component that is a unique concept by the developer called Green Cafe Lounge and will include specialty drinks such as espresso, smoothies, and healthy farm-to-table items. An organic wet-cleaning facility, like dry cleaning but without harsh chemicals, has also signed for the space next to the cafe.
The Palms property will also include patio space, a small park for children, picnic shelter, interactive water features, palms trees, and charging stations for electric cars, Desai said.
The remaining two spaces are 1,200 square feet each with an option to combine the two, and the listed lease rate is $22 NNN.
Project partners include Johnston Design Group, Cely Construction, Arrowood & Arrowood, and Zuendt Engineering. Target completion is spring 2020.
Contact Alex Campbell of NAI Earle Furman for leasing inquiries: 864-232-9040.