West End project back on track with new developer


70 condo units planned for Perimeter, formerly Stadium Flats



With a new developer and new name, a 70-unit condo project is back on track in Greenville’s West End.

Perimeter, located on a 1-acre site at 100 N. Markley St. at the corner of Rhett Street, will be developed by LML Construction. The project was previously named Stadium Flats with Ron Cobb and MLM Construction as the developer.

Condos will range from 957 to 2,145 square feet with one-, two- and three-bedroom units available and nine different floor plans to choose from. Each residence will offer downtown views, 10-foot ceilings, spacious chef’s kitchens, hardwood floors and customizable finishes. Penthouse units will feature 20-foot ceilings and a third bedroom loft, along with panoramic views of downtown and the Blue Ridge Mountains, developers say.


The project will consist of four stories of condos over two stories of underground parking. Amenities will include two parking spaces per unit, additional on-site covered storage and shared spaces including a lobby with fireplaces, community seating, a rooftop terrace and a saltwater pool that will be heated year-round.

“Perimeter is unique in its design, meaning we really thought about the lifestyle of our future residents,” said Jennings Lyon, LML president. “We wanted to create a space where residents could work, live and play, all in one luxurious, full-service location.”


The development will also feature 4,500 square feet of retail with plans for a high-end hair salon, nail salon, massage therapist and a full-service artisan coffee bar and café. While retail services will be open to the public, residents will receive preferred booking appointments, said Lyon.

Prices will begin at $300,000. The city’s Design Review Board previously approved the project, Lyon said. Construction is expected to begin spring 2016.



Project partners


Developer: West View LLC and LML properties

General contractor: LML Construction

Marketing: RedHype

Interior design: Amy Emery Designs

Architect: Parks/Player Architecture



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