A Pelham Road office building in Greenville that houses several businesses, including Adam’s Bistro, has been sold, according to Spencer/Hines Properties.
An Upstate commercial real estate firm specializing in the office, industrial, investment, land, multifamily and retail sectors, said it has rebranded one of its top-performing divisions.
Greenville’s historic Beattie House will once again become a private residence.
Developers propose 78 townhome lots on Rocky Slope Road at Hollingsworth Park and 16 townhomes on West Stone Avenue in downtown Greenville, according to plans reviewed by city officials.
Neighborhood design panel approves master plan, which includes renovating existing building. Action subject to DRB’s final approval of site and building details.
Design Review Board panel hears plans for townhomes at Hollingsworth Park and on West Stone Avenue. Both projects received positive comments but must be reviewed by city Planning Commission.
The Christmas decorations at Drayton Mill that were an annual tradition since the 1950s disappeared when the mill shuttered in 1994. By chance, they were found in Georgia and have been returned and restored to their former glory.
Richmond, Va.-based Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners LLC said Wednesday it has acquired One Liberty Square and Two Liberty Square, a pair of downtown Greenville office towers.
Phase 3 plans call for 106 new home sites to attract everyone from empty nesters to young families.
How should development happen along the Reedy River? The conversation on both sides continues
A local builder and his partners plan to finish a village with housing, offices and shops that was first announced a decade ago as part of The Cliffs at Mountain Park development along Highway 11 in northern Greenville County.
The company will demolish the MacShore manufacturing structure to build its new gas station and convenience store.
Greenville developer Ron Rallis said he plans to create a total of 10,000 square feet of new restaurant, retail or office space by renovating an existing brick complex where the Shinola art and antiques store used to be.