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  1. motonenterprises

    New downtown federal courthouse

    Did they ever give us a more accurate rendering of this?
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    Greenville County Square

    There is nothing wrong with most of Greenville's current buildings to me as far as being outdated. Since the Landmark building is the current tallest, I'd like to see it get a makeover. It's kind of dated. I'm sure this project will impress when it's done.
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    Greenville County Square

    Well, it is right? Lol. I just enjoy the ride.
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    Greenville County Square

    I wouldn't have minded more height, but I know someone on the council and they told me it would be more density than height. That being said, I think this is very nice and adds on to the urban feel of Greenville in a big way. DC doesn't have much height, but you definitely know it's a big city when you go there. I don't mind the mid-rise density. That signature tower you're looking for will come eventually. Just enjoy the ride.
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    Greenville County Square

    Very nice and kind've futuristic.
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    Greenville Transit

    I'm glad that businesses are working together to try and find a solution to limited transit.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    I was apologizing to you for coming off the wrong way. But maybe you're right. I shouldn't converse with you at all since you're acting funny. No problem. Seems ego driven.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    Check messages.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    It's just as disrespectful to say that professionals who make a living doing this stuff don't know what they're talking about. It's essentially the same as saying a successful developer like Hughes doesn't know what they're doing. They definitely do. They have a finger on the pulse of this market. You aren't the first poster to think developers would fail, but yet they didn't. Happened with Riverplace too. How's it doing? Make a note of any post you want.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    My point exactly. If you're out there working in the market, you can see where this is coming from.
  11. motonenterprises

    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    Lots of experts in here. Forget the ones of us really out here working it. If you're not out here hands on it's hard to understand what's happening. Greenville will not fail. The leaders and business people know what they're doing.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    You apparently didn't buy it as an investment to make money. Hughes did. As the area continues to grow, there is room for more. Mauldin area is expected to double it's population. The area is hot.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    I know Hughes. He's been doing this for a very long time and has had great success. He's done his homework. Positioning for current and future growth.
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    BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    He didn't buy the investment to build nothing. As I said, he bought this quite a long time ago just for this purpose. The Charter building was built and then there was a stall. As an investor I would do the same. Empty land doesn't pay unless there is something on it to create income. And it's not so much the desire of the posters to go to the next level as it is to the leadership in the area. Southern cities sprawl. It is what it is. That's why we have choices. But I'd rather live in better climate where there is some sprawl versus a climate that is always cold and nasty.