A Greenville-based residential designer, builder, developer and Realtor will bring Bohemian-style architecture to the forefront with a new planned townhome development in downtown Greenville.
More than two years after groundbreaking, Greenville County will open the doors to a new $65 million county administration and government affairs buildings at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, July 17.
Clemson University today is officially launching a major renovation project for the three high-rise complexes that house more than a third of its first-year students.
Tindall Corp. founder William Lowndes III and other senior leaders of the company witnessed the completion of the new Spartanburg County Courthouse in April.
The first phase of a long awaited $2 billion-$3.5 billion Greenville County development is expected to be underway this summer.
The larger office will accommodate growth for the Greenville team, with more than two dozen positions already open for engineering, architecture, construction and environmental professionals.
The Greenville Design Review Board voted 5-1 to greenlight a townhome development during an April 20 meeting.
Toll Brothers Inc. is building a new luxury home community, this time in Anderson County’s Piedmont community. Homes in the development, called Wrenfield, will be available as early as this fall, according to a news release.
A Miami-based developer unveiled plans for a mixed-use development on the former Greenville Memorial Auditorium site, which has been abandoned for decades.
VisionGreenwood is looking to close a workforce gap in the construction industry by funding a project that puts hammers and experience in the hands of Greenwood County high school students.
A Greenville-based developer presented a 32-townhome multifamily residential development project to the Greenville Planning Commission earlier this month.
Greenville County Square employees are gearing up to move into their new and improved Greenville County government/administrative complex.