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Mixed-use community breaks ground in Greenville, S.C.

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Mixed-use community breaks ground in Greenville, S.C.

The Beach Company is developing the project.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | May 14, 2019

Located just three blocks from downtown Greenville’s North Main Street, Canvas will be a new mixed-use development that includes single-family attached townhomes, ground-level retail, multifamily residences, and an office building renovation.

The development, which will be a combination of new construction and the renovation of the 130,000-sf downtown office building in the Heritage Green Arts District, will include 48 for-rent multifamily apartments, 31 for-sale townhomes, and 21,805 sf of retail space.

 

See Also: Multifamily visionaries: The Beach Company’s family ties

 

The project has officially broken ground and construction is expected to last 18 months. The first units will be available for occupancy in early 2020.

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