Flournoy Development Group, renowned for its multifamily and senior housing projects across Texas and the Southeastern U.S., is advancing its latest residential endeavor in Greenville, South Carolina. The Columbus, Georgia-based firm, a subsidiary of Tokyo's Kajima Corp., has entrusted Illinois's McShane Construction Co. with the construction of Boiling Springs, a 262-unit multifamily complex.
This new project will transform a former church site into a thriving residential community. Flournoy has already made a significant impact in the Greenville area, with notable developments like District West on Reedy View Drive and District Midtown near the Patewood Medical Campus, contributing nearly 1,000 apartment units to the region.
Boiling Springs, situated at the nexus of Pelham and Boiling Springs Roads, is a vision brought to life by Atlanta's Dynamik Design. It will encompass five four-story residential buildings spread across a nine-acre site. The buildings, constructed with a wood frame, will be adorned with brick, cementitious panel, and lap siding exteriors. The complex will also feature unique live/work spaces in ten of its units.
Residents of Boiling Springs will enjoy over 8,000 square feet of communal amenities. These include a clubhouse fitted with a business lounge, club room, mail room, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. An adjoining courtyard will boast an outdoor pool and an amenity deck. Additionally, a separate maintenance building will provide facilities for a car wash and a pet wash.
McShane Construction Co. is currently engaged in preparing the site, which involves hazardous material abatement and the demolition of existing structures, setting the stage for this new addition to Greenville's housing landscape.
Source: CoStar Insight