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Real Estate - Residential

Jul 13, 2022

Land conservation expected to save utility millions

When the Greenville County Historic and Natural Resources Trust's first project was completed the acquisition of 170 acres added to Jones Gap State Park one partner was an outlier from the typical conservation lineup

Jul 11, 2022

Watershed grant fund application opens

Settlement funds from the 2014 Kinder Morgan gas pipeline spill will be allocated to nonprofits, trusts, agencies, educators and municipalities involved in

May 20, 2022

Health care leaders receive highest civilian award

An academic trailblazer and Vietnam War veteran both received the Order of the Palmetto from Gov. Henry McMaster. Prisma Health's

May 11, 2022

On the Menu: Hartness expands Village Kitchen farm

Hartness prepares to launch the second phase of the onsite farm that serves the community's Village Kitchen and Mill Village Farms, a nonprofit also supported through the grand opening of

Apr 28, 2022

Landscape architecture program grows by 200%

Support for the landscape architecture projects is one of the few plots of common ground that the Trump and Biden presidential administrations have occupied, says Matt Powers, Clemson University's

Apr 5, 2022

S.C. counties narrow list of ARPA projects

Greenville took the lead for South Carolina's ARPA fund county allocations in 2021, with Spartanburg County following behind with one of the fifth-highest budgets in the state. Here's where the GSA plans to spend that money

Mar 23, 2022

VR arcade, dine-in theater slated for Bridgeway Station

Cinergy Entertainment has signed on to build a 70,000-square-foot dine-in theatre, bowling alley and virtual reality attraction in Mauldin's incoming Bridgeway Station town center. The up-to $23 million project will be

Mar 18, 2022

On the Trail developer seeks to build corporate hub at $3.5B site

Dean Warhaft doesn't think the multi-use development trend is just a trend; at least, it's not one that's ...

Mar 14, 2022

Bank grants $325,000 to Upstate housing organizations

As COVID-19 enhanced the push for affordable housing across one bank's service area, the company distributed $5.8 million to 33 nonprofits in the region, including

Mar 2, 2022

Anderson broadband project follows in footsteps of rural electrification

A new partnership developed by an Abbeville phone cooperative and Pickens utility seek to bridge the “digital divideâ€_x009d_ in Anderson County through a 2,800-mile broadband expansion priced at

Mar 2, 2022

Developers move forward with Piedmont riverfront community

Developers of a green townhouse community on the banks of a Saluda River mill dam plan to break ground this spring after a two-year pause. Plans originally called for hydropower, but now ...

Feb 24, 2022

Urban design firm explores options for I-385 corridor

The Interstate 385 corridor leading into Greenville is known by many as the Greenville Gateway. Miami-based urban design group Plusurbia presented renderings of what the city wants to call the area moving forward ...