Twenty-four townhomes and four cottages will make up a new $15 million development in the Village of West Greenville.
The Kitson, which will be built on Pendleton Street, encompasses a 1.4-acre site between Saco and Calder streets in West Greenville.
“This project creates an opportunity to increase homeownership in the heart of the Village,” said developer Drew Parker of Parker Group Development. “This typically results in communities that are stable, safer and more connected.”
Site work began in October, and Parker Group anticipates building the Phase I townhomes in February, completing those in late 2024. A start date for Phase II is not set at this time but is expected to begin in 2024, according to Parker.
Phase I townhomes will start at $535,000, featuring two- and three-bedroom options. All townhomes will have a two-car garage, and the cottages will have driveways that accommodate two cars.
“Long-term benefits of any of our communities are improved infrastructure, including upgraded stormwater, sewer, water, better sidewalks, and a stabilized community through homeownership,” said Parker. “The increased property tax revenue from the new homes allows the city of Greenville to continue investing in the maintenance and beautification of our town.”
The architecture firm on the project is Project Plus, Seamon Whiteside is the civil engineer, the builder is LS Homes, and sales and marketing will be handled by Encore Realty.
Other projects by The Parker Group include The Commons. Construction on the second phase of The Commons started in September.s