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Higher and higher: Condo living in Greenville attracts more upscale buyers downtown
From the 12th floor, the view is breathtaking–the Reedy River tumbling through its rapids beneath the pedestrian-only Liberty Bridge, with Falls Park and the southern edge of downtown Greenville stretching into the distance. The price to wake up to it every day? Around $2 million.
In Greenville, condominium prices are rising as high as the new developments sprouting downtown. The current standard-setter is Falls Tower Camperdown, a 17-story mixed-use development that became the city’s second-tallest building when construction was completed in December. Of the tower’s 18 luxury condos, 10 were purchased in one day in 2019 for a combined $16 million, marking the largest single-day sales event in the history of Greenville residential real estate.
Bank of America to open Greenville branch in new Camperdown building on Feb. 1
GREENVILLE — With the Camperdown development at Main and Broad streets in downtown Greenville nearing completion four years after construction first began, Bank of America is set to open its newest branch there.
It will open Feb. 1 on the ground floor of the 15-story centerpiece building, Falls Tower at Camperdown, officials with the bank confirmed Friday.
Greenville’s Spin Away From Textiles Brings Million-Dollar Condos
Knox White, mayor of Greenville, South Carolina, for 26 years and counting, gestures toward the residences above bustling retail shops and restaurants to show off the city’s success reviving a hollowed downtown once filled with massive textile mills that dumped waste into the neighboring river.
“Every one of them is filled with town homes and condos” that sell for $1 million to $2 million, White says. New townhouses and condominiums elsewhere in downtown start selling in the $800,000s and run to nearly $3 million, much more than the city’s median home price of $288,070, according to Census Bureau data. In all, the prices rival those found in cities much larger than Greenville’s population of nearly 68,000.
Wall Street Journal touts Greenville as a ‘breakout city’ in post-pandemic economy
Greenville is among a handful of U.S. cities at ” the forefront of America’s economic recovery,” according to a profile published Monday by the Wall Street Journal. The article examined “breakout cities” that had managed to build vibrant economies before the pandemic and are now drawing workers and new businesses at a clip far exceeding that of the rest of the nation.
Greenville recognized as a ‘breakout city’ in Wall Street Journal article
Greenville earned recognition as one of the “breakout cities on the forefront of America’s economic recovery” in a Wall Street Journal article published Monday. Greenville’s downtown and city center, home to Falls Park, earned a nod, as did its large and small-business recruitment driven by companies like Michelin and BMW. Read The Article
1st look: 17-story Falls Tower in Camperdown will be among downtown Greenville’s tallest
If the colossal apartment building rising from the Camperdown development now seems grand enough to be a sign of downtown Greenville’s new age of growth, another structure will soon rise alongside to eclipse it. Read The Article
Elliott Davis to anchor new Camperdown office tower along Falls Park in expansion move
The next tenant to join the Camperdown development next to Falls Park in downtown Greenville will be business solutions firm Elliott Davis. Read The Article
Camperdown will help spark more downtown change
It’s nowhere near completion. But Camperdown, the “live, work, play” development spearheaded by Centennial American Properties at South Main and East Broad streets in Greenville, will serve as the thread that binds nearby streetscapes together in new and interesting ways, according to Centennial CEO David Glenn. Read The Article
Elliott Davis announces move to Camperdown development in 2020
Elliott Davis, a business solutions firm with nine offices across the Southeast and nearly 800 employees, today announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from 200 E. Broad St. in downtown Greenville to the planned Falls Tower building within the Camperdown development at 435 S. Main St. Read The Article
Construction Underway on Downtown Greenville Mixed-Use Facility
GREENVILLE, South Carolina – Brasfield & Gorrie announced today that it has begun construction on Falls Tower, a mixed-use facility within the Camperdown development. Read The Article
Elliott Davis Announces Expansion of Corporate Headquarters
Elliott Davis, a leading business solutions firm with nine offices across the Southeast and nearly 800 employees, today announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from the current location at 200 East Broad Street in downtown Greenville to a larger, more modern space at 435 South Main Street in the new Falls Tower building within the Camperdown development. Read The Article
Camperdown renderings released for downtown Greenville, SC residential tower
A new 10 story tower will soon rise in downtown Greenville as part of the Camperdown project, which saw new renderings released Tuesday. The building sits along Falls Street, which is closed from East Broad Street to Japanese Dogwood Lane this week while a tower crane is brought in to begin construction. Read The Article
Camperdown office tower in downtown Greenville final piece of project along Main Street
The expansive Camperdown project in the heart of downtown Greenville is in full construction mode, with tons of earth blown up daily by dynamite and the foundation of an 11-story apartment tower rising from the ground where the old Greenville News complex once stood. Read The Article
Brasfield & Gorrie begin work on South Carolina project
Construction has begun on the 17-story Falls Tower project in Greenville, S.C., Birmingham’s Brasfield & Gorrie announced today. The mixed-use facility, within the Camperdown development, will include seven floors of office space and more than 33,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. There will be a floor of conference space, 18 condominium units on the top five stories of the building, and private garage units at ground level. Read The Article
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