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Exclamation Greenville, SC Downtown Developments.

Don't know if there is anybody interested in knowing what developments are planned and under construction downtown but if there are, here you go. It's a lot to take in-




Under construction:

1. Rhett Street Brownstones. Nine units. Construction restarted October 2012.
News article:
http://www.mygreenvillehome.blogspot...le-sc.html?m=1
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://bp1.blogger.com/_y3MofSxNvCE/...rownstones.jpg


2. 400 Rhett Street Apartments. 150 units. Construction started February 2013.
News article:
http://www.greenvillebusinessmag.com...-Downtown.aspx
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.400rhett.com/
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...ndFerguson.pdf



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. 98 East McBee Apartments. 55 units. Construction started February 2013.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4471...n-peacock-site
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.98emcbee.com/
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...stMcBeeAve.pdf



5. Hyatt Regency renovation and expansion. Hotel, office, retail, and restaurant space. Construction started December 2011 and is now complete except for some remaining retail/restaurant upfit.
News article:
http://www.greenvillebusinessmag.com...y-Details.aspx
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.nomasquare.com/



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



7. Rivers Edge mixed-use. Apartment, retail, restaurant, office, and hotel space. 146 units. Construction started October 2013.
News article:
http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...to-come-alive/
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...verStreets.pdf



8. ONE phases I and II. Office, retail, and restaurant space. 385,000 square feet. Construction started September 2011.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4622...downtown?rss=0
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.onegreenville.com/



9. ONE phase III. 144 room Aloft by W hotel, office, retail, restaurant, and apartment space along with 474 space parking garage. Construction started October 2013.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4920...el-development
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...ensStreets.pdf



10. BofA tower addition and renovation. Office, retail, and restaurant space. Construction started October 2013.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4848...building?rss=0
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...MainStreet.pdf





Planned:

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



2. Stone at Main mixed-use. Five building complex with 226 apartments, 21,175 square feet of retail/restaurant or office space and a four level 366 space parking garage. Construction starts Summer or Fall 2014.
News article:
http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...ne-north-main/
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Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...wley-part2.pdf



3. Stone at Rowley mixed-use. Apartment, retail, and restaurant space. 51 units. Construction starts early 2014.
News article:
http://www.wyff4.com/news/local-news...?absolute=true
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...t-rezoning.pdf



4. Markley Terrace mixed-use. Office, restaurant, and retail space. Construction starts early 2014.
News article:
https://www.upstatebusinessjournal.c...eet-buildings/
Renderings, site plans, etc:



5. 121 Rhett Street mixed-use. Apartment, retail, and restaurant space. 98-110 units. Construction start TBD.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4353...own-greenville
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...hettStreet.pdf



6. Reedy Square. Visitors center. Construction starts early 2014 if funds are secured.
News article:
http://www.wyff4.com/news/local-news...?absolute=true
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...7465582&type=3



7. The Stadium Apartments. 100 units. Construction start TBD.
No news articles.
Renderings, site plans, etc:
http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...kleyStreet.pdf



8. Scott Towers demolition and redevelopment mixed-use. Apartment and possible retail space. 259 units. Construction start TBD.
News article:
http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/4833...t-scott-towers
Renderings, site plans, etc:



9. Holiday Inn. 300 rooms. Construction starts June 2014.
No news articles, renderings or site plans available at this time except for this tidbit:



10. Embassy Suites. 156 rooms. Construction starts late 2014 or early 2015.
News article:
http://www.wyff4.com/news/local-news...aign=wyffnews4
No renderings or site plans available at this time.


11. JHM (developer) Hotel. Brand unknown. 300 rooms. Construction starts in 2014 or 2015.
News article:
http://www.wyff4.com/news/local-news...h/-/index.html
No renderings or site plans available at this time.


12. Federal Courthouse. 11 stories. Construction starts when Congress gets their heads out of their asses.
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I like the design on the first one, but the second is a little too squat. Nice that there is enough demand downtown for more hotels.
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Been a while. There's a ton of development going on downtown right now. Almost too much to keep up with. Here is a rundown of ones I can think of off the top of my head currently:


Under construction:
1. District West apartments. 365 units with 489 space parking garage: http://www.greenvillesc.gov/Planning...ieldStreet.pdf
2. SouthRidge mixed use development. 360 apartments with 16,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space and 400 space parking garage: http://www.southridgeliving.com/
3. Main at Stone mixed use development. 292 apartments with 20,739 square feet of retail/restaurant space and 366 space parking garage: http://x.lnimg.com/attachments/BE808...B787AB3DCD.pdf
4. Aloft Hotel at ONE. 144 rooms with 474 space parking garage and 35,000-45,000 square feet of retail/restaurant/office/residential space: http://www.starwoodhotels.com/alofth...ropertyID=4068
5. Riverplace phase III with Embassy Suites hotel. 156 rooms, 300 space parking garage, Ruth's Chris, and TBD amount of condos, office, and other retail/restaurant space: http://www.embassysuitesgreenvilledowntown.com/
6. Link West End apartments. 215 units with two level underground parking garage: http://upstatebizsc.whosonthemove.co...abbit-trail-2/
7. M West townhomes. 18 units: http://www.mwestgreenville.com/
8. Home 2 Suites by Hilton Hotel. 117 rooms with two level underground parking garage: http://www.emjhospitality.com/our-pr...-greenville-sc
9. City Homes at Markley. 14 units: http://www.colepropertiesupstate.com/city-homes
10. Rivers Edge apartments. 140 units with parking garage and the PlayWright Pub: http://www.go-edge.com/
12. Claussen Bakery redevelopment. Corporate headquarters for McMillan Padzan Smith with nanobrewery: http://x.lnimg.com/attachments/4E906...9555B2D39C.pdf
13. Greenville Water System corporate headquarters expansion with parking garage: http://www.greenvilleonline.com/stor...park/10539077/


Proposed:
1. Camperdown mixed use development. Approval slated for May 2015. 150,000 square feet of office space, 140 room hotel, 40,300 square feet of retail/restaurant space, 30,000 square foot movie theater, 30,000 square foot fitness center, 241 unit apartment building, and 900 space parking garage. Construction starts July 2015: http://x.lnimg.com/attachments/DFF54...9D5AC9E654.pdf
2. Greenville Gateway apartments. 176 units. Approval slated for April 2015. Construction start date TBD: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...ditorium-site/

Approved:
1. Erwin Penland downtown corporate headquarters. 125,000 square feet of office space with parking garage. Construction starts late May/early June 2015: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...foot-building/
2. Four Fifty Park condos. 53 units. Construction starts sometime in 2015: http://www.fourfiftypark.com/
Alta Vista Place condos. 15 units. Construction starts mid-2015: http://www.altavistaplace.com/
3. The Lofts of Greenville. 215 units. Construction starts Spring 2015: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...oard-approval/
4. The Crescent. Seven condos with 3,954 of retail/restaurant space. Construction start date TBD: http://www.thecrescentgreenville.com/
5. Fountains of Greenville apartments. 210 units with parking garage. Construction starts Spring 2015: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...-church-broad/
6. 702 South Main. 30 apartments with 4,200 square feet of retail/restaurant space. Construction starts late 2015/early 2016: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/5283...west-end?rss=0
7. 121 Rhett condos. 36 units with 1,500 square feet of retail. Construction starts May 2015. http://www.121rhett.com/
8. Stadium Flats. 70 condos with parking garage. Construction starts mid-2015: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...n-change-2015/ (#5 on list)
9. Traverse. 24 condos. Construction starts Summer 2015: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...arkley-street/
10. Markley Row townhomes. Six units. Construction start TBD. Project possibly dead: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...ley-row-plans/
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Embassy Suites at Riverplace:






Link West End Apartments:




WestEnd Walk at Pendleton West:


M West:


SouthRidge mixed use development:






















Main at Stone mixed use development:








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Greenville Water System campus:






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Several more projects announced for downtown-

Townhomes:
http://upstatebusinessjournal.com/ne...-15-townhomes/

Townhomes:
http://upstatebusinessjournal.com/ne...e-development/

Five story mixed use development (second half of article):
http://www.greenvilleonline.com/stor...ille/26932691/

AC Marriott hotel at Camperdown:
http://gsabusiness.com/news/54423-7-...own-site?rss=0

Condo project at Riverplace:
http://upstatebusinessjournal.com/ne...or-riverplace/


Three more projects are slated to break ground within the next two weeks. 121 Rhett: http://www.greenvilleonline.com/stor...wave/27675349/, EP's headquarters: http://x.lnimg.com/attachments/60DBD...5CC6202A08.pdf, and Fountains: http://www.multihousingnews.com/news...004120584.html
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g-man435, I love Greenville and I love your updates.
Any news??
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I am amazed at all the activity that's going on in downtown Greenville particularly with residential development. You typically don't see this kind of urban development in a city Greenville's size. Based on what I am seeing, I would rank Greenville second in the Carolinas after Charlotte in the number of downtown development projects.
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I am amazed at all the activity that's going on in downtown Greenville particularly with residential development. You typically don't see this kind of urban development in a city Greenville's size. Based on what I am seeing, I would rank Greenville second in the Carolinas after Charlotte in the number of downtown development projects.
These days, Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston are almost tied in terms of the projects recently completed, under construction, and planned in their downtown areas. It's crazy.
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Camperdown update: http://www.greenvilleonline.com/stor...oper/77855786/

Plans for the Camperdown development along Main Street took a big step forward Wednesday when the developer, Centennial American Properties, closed on its purchase of The Greenville News site.

Centennial paid $13.25 million for the prominent property of nearly four acres at 305 South Main Street, said Brody Glenn, president of the Greenville real estate development company. The seller was Gannett Co. Inc., parent company of The News.

Greenville's only daily newspaper plans to occupy 20,000 of the building’s 28,000 square feet, leaving behind its current offices to be demolished and make way for a new hotel.

Glenn said Centennial plans to break ground on the office building sometime during the first quarter of 2016. He expects The News to move into the building within a year after construction start.

Plans also call for the building to house a restaurant overlooking the plaza, and a small shop or food outlet at the corner of Broad and Falls.

Glenn said Centennial plans to start building a parking garage that will be underneath the plaza in the middle of next year.

He said work is scheduled to begin in mid 2017 on the other major elements of Camperdown: a 240-unit apartment complex, a 150-room AC Hotel and a 12-story building with 125,000 square feet of office space and 18 luxury condos on top.

Glenn said Centennial has already inked a deal with an out-of-town developer to build the apartment complex, though he declined to identify the company. He said the complex would include rooftop amenities, a pool and dedicated parking for residents.

Charles Gouch, a senior vice president in the Greenville office of CBRE, which helped represent Gannett in the property sale, said he was confident the price of $3.34 million per acre set a new record for downtown land transactions.

Being able to buy such a prominent property of such size from a single owner is a rare opportunity, Gouch said.
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Federal courthouse update: http://m.wyff4.com/news/10story-fede...ville/37028646

The new facility will be called the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Federal Courthouse, in honor of the late governor of South Carolina. It is expected to be a 10-story building built on 2 acres across the street from the Greenville County Courthouse on East North Street.

The year-end funding bill contains approximately $92 million for site design and construction of the new facility. Congress has already allocated $11 million for preliminary work on the facility and in 2011 bought the 2-acre property where the courthouse will be built. The total cost of the new courthouse is expected to be $103 million.
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New hotel coming downtown: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...wn-greenville/

Local hotelier JHM Hotels is bringing a new seven-story, 240-room, double-branded hotel to the corner of Spring and Washington streets in downtown Greenville.

The hotel will be part SpringHill Suites by Marriott and part Residence Inn by Marriott. Each will occupy separate portions of the hotel but will share a lobby, check-in area, swimming pool with terrace and other common areas. The two concepts are both all-suite hotels but each caters to different types of travelers. Residence Inn caters to travelers with longer stays by offering full kitchens while SpringHill Suites offers a lower price point to travelers.

Meadors says JHM hopes to begin construction in the first quarter of 2016 with completion in the second quarter of 2017.
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Incredible, exciting news!!
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Perimeter Greenville condos:


Traverse on Markley condos:


Home 2 Suites by Hilton hotel:




Fountains Greenville apartments:








North Of Broad District:










District West Apartments:












M West:




Aloft by W hotel:










Embassy Suites hotel, Flats at Riverplace condos, and Ruth's Chris:










121 Rhett condos:








Link apartments:




Falls Park Place mixed use development:






Main at Stone mixed use development:




















Alta Vista Place condos:


South Ridge (where I live) mixed use development:












































And yeah...:
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Northpointe mixed use development anchored by Harris Teeter moving forward: http://www.greenvilleonline.com/stor...says/79881342/ Site plans, renderings, etc: http://www.northpointesc.com

Camperdown phase II (12 story apartment building and parking garage) moving forward along with planned Homewood Suites for the West End: http://www.upstatebusinessjournal.co...ruary-meeting/
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So much exciting development happening! Thanks very much for the updates! :-)
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Renderings, site plans, etc for eight story Homewood Suites:
http://sc-greenville.civicplus.com/A...00?fileID=6920

Renderings, site plans, etc for 12 story apartment building at Camperdown:
http://sc-greenville.civicplus.com/A...98?fileID=6918
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