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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 8:02 PM
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G-Man, great posts! I have recently joined and really enjoy your posts. I am currently in graduate school at Clemson University, studying Real Estate Development. A lot of the developments you are talking about are case studies we go over every day. Keep them coming!
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Old Posted Mar 15, 2012, 12:45 AM
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Awesome. Thanks man.


Peace Center 3-14 photo update: http://www.triangleconstruction.com/...4_12/index.htm


Another major apartment complex now under construction: http://www.triangleconstruction.com/...4_12/index.htm


MD360 Greenville Hospital System-Powdersville (suburb of Greenville) update: http://www.triangleconstruction.com/...2_12/index.htm


New park slated for Greenville Downtown Airport: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4310...for-park?rss=0


Home sales continue to rise while inventory continues to drop:

Existing home sales in Greater Greenville rose for the fourth consecutive month in February.

Sales were up 12.3 percent from a year ago in this region, which includes Pickens and Laurens counties, according to statistics from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors.

The association’s monthly report also showed a 15.5 percent increase in year-to-date sales and a drop in inventory by 14.4 percent.

The year to date sales volume was up 21 percent, which reflects the average price climbing 4.8 percent, with the median price up 7.7 percent.

Buyers purchased 447 residences in February, compared to the 398 sold in February 2011, the report says.


Source: Local home sales climb for 4th straight month | The Greenville News | GreenvilleOnline.com
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USC Upstate planning to build a university campus in downtown Greenville: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4315...e-campus?rss=0 This is on the heels of Clemson's major announcement just last week. Great to see.
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Old Posted Mar 20, 2012, 12:55 PM
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USC Upstate planning to build a university campus in downtown Greenville: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4315...e-campus?rss=0 This is on the heels of Clemson's major announcement just last week. Great to see.
Great news for G-town. South Carolina Upstate, didn't they change their name from USC-Greenville/Spartanburg or something like that a few years back? I noticed they've moved up to NCAA Division-I in sports recently too.
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Old Posted Mar 27, 2012, 12:51 AM
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Windstream to expand downtown by 55,000 square feet: https://www.gsabusiness.com/news/432...le-space?rss=0

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Great news for G-town. South Carolina Upstate, didn't they change their name from USC-Greenville/Spartanburg or something like that a few years back? I noticed they've moved up to NCAA Division-I in sports recently too.
USC-Spartanburg. I am currently a student at USC Upstate oddily enough.

RiverWalk is starting to light up:


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Old Posted Mar 27, 2012, 9:34 PM
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Windstream to expand downtown by 55,000 square feet: https://www.gsabusiness.com/news/432...le-space?rss=0



USC-Spartanburg. I am currently a student at USC Upstate oddily enough.

RiverWalk is starting to light up:




Not sure if I am a fan of this. How would you like to be the guy living next to those lights?
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Old Posted Apr 17, 2012, 9:07 PM
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And yet another mixed use project with parking garage for downtown: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...hettStreet.pdf

The blank/shared wall on the west side of the project is there due to another mixed use project slated by Hughes Development.
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^The good news just doesn't stop coming for downtown Greenville! :-)
Thanks for sharing!
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100 East update: http://www.triangleconstruction.com/...3_12/index.htm


Peace Center update: http://www.triangleconstruction.com/...4_12/index.htm


In the Greenville market, the downtown apartment activity is bustling. Hughes Investments recently delivered the Riverwalk at Riverplace, a mixed-use development that consists of 44 units as a New Markets Tax Credit deal. Davis Property Group’s 100 East project consisting of 48 units will boast a rooftop pool. Both are reported to be fully pre-leased and are good indicators for what current apartment demand looks like in our rapidly changing market. Subsequently, there are two new proposed developments with no less than 300 units combined now pursuing the downtown area.

Source: http://www.southeastrebusiness.com/a...ighlight1.html
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Hey Greenville

Huntsville leaders headed your way to check out your beautiful city..

Mayor Tommy Battle and about 40 other civic leaders will climb aboard a bus bound for Greenville, S.C.

Their mission: Find out how the former textile manufacturing hub managed to create one of the nation's livelier downtown shopping, dining and entertainment scenes.

Big Spring Partners, the nonprofit agency spearheading Huntsville's downtown revitalization efforts, organized the three-day Greenville trip as a sort of case study in how to remake a center city.

"We don't want to replicate any city -- that's not our intention," Big Spring Partners Executive Director Mary Jane Caylor said Wednesday. "We just want to take their best practices and successes and see how they can be applied to Huntsville."

In the 1970s, downtown Greenville was like a lot of other Southern towns: listless, creaky, dead after 5 p.m.

When Battle and the others step off the bus this afternoon, they'll find a downtown brimming with restaurants -- 99 at last count -- and people.


Downtown Greenville is home to 99 restaurants -- many of them with patio dining. (Photo courtesy Greenville Chamber of Commerce)
They can walk across a 345-foot-long suspension bridge over the Reedy River, take in a show at the Peace Center for the Performing Arts or visit Fluor Field, a minor-league baseball stadium modeled after Fenway Park in Boston.

Hank Hyatt, vice president of economic development at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, said the downtown renaissance began in the 1980s with construction of a Hyatt Regency hotel on city owned land.

Other crowd-pleasing projects followed: the 2,100-seat Peace Concert Hall; Falls Park, a pretty urban oasis on the Reedy River anchored by the $4.5 million Liberty Bridge; Fluor Field, named America's best new ballpark in 2006.

"The city's been really methodical and committed to a vision," Hyatt said Wednesday. "They've worked with the private sector and provided the necessary platform for these partnerships to take place."

The Huntsville delegation will hear Greenville's success story firsthand from Hyatt, Mayor Knox White, City Manager John Castile and others, tour the area and check out the Artisphere Arts Festival --Greenville's version of Panoply.

"They have a lot of energy in their downtown, and I think everyone across the Southeast is trying to figure out how to follow their best practices," Huntsville Economic Development Director Michelle Jordan said Wednesday.
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$102 million expansion/renovation project at GSP Airport now officially under construction: http://www.gspairport.com/Pages/News...sId2&ItemID=87

Another apartment complex slated for downtown. 154 units: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...dlawStreet.pdf
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Update on current and upcoming downtown developments that don't include ONE-



1. Markley Place. 12 condos. Construction start TBD. Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.lilglenn.com/properties/v...ondominiums/57



2. Markley Terrace mixed-use. Office (Oobe HQ) and retail space. Construction started Fall 2012. News article: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4423...ed-use-project Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.markleyterrace.com/



3. 508 Rhett Street mixed-use. Apartment, office, and retail space. Construction started Fall 2012. News article: http://www.lee-commercial.com/news/a...d-for-west-end
Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...hettStreet.pdf



4. McBee Park. Eight single family homes. Construction starts early-mid 2013. News article (Croft portion): http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4597...t-demand?rss=0 Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.mcbeepark.com/home



5. Reedy Square. Visitors center. Construction start TBD. News article: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4140...mes-mcabee-ceo Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...7465582&type=3



6. Church and University mixed-use. Seven building, 346,000 square foot complex with 348 apartments, 16,000 square feet of retail or office space and a four level 400 space parking garage. Construction starts Fall 2013. News article: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4596...own-greenville
Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...urchStreet.pdf



7. The Rhett Street Apartments. 150 units. Construction starts February 2013. News article: http://www.greenvillebusinessmag.com...-Downtown.aspx Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...ndFerguson.pdf



8. 121 Rhett Street mixed-use. 98-110 units and retail space. Construction start TBD. News article: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4353...own-greenville Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...hettStreet.pdf



9. 98 East McBee Apartments. 55 units. Construction start TBD. News article: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4471...n-peacock-site Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...stMcBeeAve.pdf



10. The Stadium Apartments. 100 units. Construction starts early-mid 2013. Renderings, site plans, etc: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...kleyStreet.pdf
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2013, 1:23 AM
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Wow, some impressive new projects there! Thanks for the updates!
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