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  1. The Pinnacle on Main
    350 North Main St. (N. Main & Elford)

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    [*]The Camperdown Condominiums

    Reedy View Drive

[*]U.S. Federal Courthouse*

site unknown

  • Type: Government
  • Location: Central Business District
  • Status: Planned
  • Start Date: NA
  • Floors: 8-12+
  • Height:
  • Units: NA
  • Commercial space:
  • Developer: NA
  • Architect: NA
  • Website(s): NA
  • Articles: Greenville News Article on UrbanPlanet.org
  • Renderings: NA

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[*]The Peacock Hotel & Spa

McBee Avenue @ Spring Street

  • Type: Hotel, Condo, and Restaurant
  • Location: Central Business District
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Start Date: August 2007 approval of new design
  • Floors: 8
  • Height:
  • Units:
  • Commercial space: NA
  • Developer: Mark Kent and Grant Peacock
  • Architect: Craig Gaulden Davis Architects
  • Website(s): NA
  • Articles:
The Greenville News - July 18, 2006

[*]UrbanPlanet Discussion Thread: http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=28266

[*]Renderings:

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[*]Office Tower at Main and Broad

Main Street @ Broad Street

  • Type: Mixed-Use: Office, retail, residential
  • Location: Central Business District
  • Status: Dispute during land acquisition, Now looking for different property downtown
  • Start Date: NA
  • Floors: 15-20
  • Height: NA
  • Units: NA
  • Commercial space: NA
  • Developer: NA
  • Architect: MCA Architecture
  • Website(s): NA
  • Articles: NA
  • Renderings: NA

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[*]City Hall Plaza

Main Street @ Broad Street, adjacent to City Hall

  • Type: Mixed-Use: Office, retail, residential
  • Location: Central Business District
  • Status: September 2007 City to sell land, December demolition commencement
  • Start Date: NA
  • Floors: 6
  • Height: NA
  • Units: NA
  • Commercial space: NA
  • Developer: Holmes Smith
  • Architect:
  • Website(s): NA
  • Articles: NA
  • UrbanPlanet Discussion Thread: http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=31141
  • Renderings: NA

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[*]Court Square Tower

133 South Main Street | East Court Street & South Main

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[*]Rhett Street Tower

Rhett Street (address?)

  • Type:
  • Location: West End
  • Status: Design Phase
  • Start Date: 2008/2009
  • Floors: 8
  • Height: Unknown
  • Units: Unknown
  • Commercial space: Unknown
  • Developer:
  • Architect:
  • Website(s):
  • Articles:
  • UrbanPlanet Discussion Thread:
  • Renderings: NA

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[*]Gateway Site

Church & North

*Funding for the new Federal Courthouse will not be available until next Fall at the earliest. The footprint will be rather large due to the required square footage and the limited number of floors spoken of to reporters. Early requirements for building design More Info Here

These are only projects that have been publicly mentioned to date.

Dead Projects List

  • The Tower at Falls and Broad
    Falls Street @ Broad Street

    • Type: Mixed-use: Office, Residential, Hotel, Retail
    • Location: Central Business District
    • Status: DEAD
    • Start Date: NA
    • Floors: 20
    • Height: 350'
    • Units: NA
    • Developer: PHC Communities
    • Architect: Ron Vergnolle
    • Website: Official Website
    • Articles:

      [*]Latest Info on UP:

      [*]Renderings:

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      * The lastest news is that the building is being redesigned, and will not look like this rendering.

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[*]Bob Ellis Second Tower

No location disclosed as of yet.

  • Type: Mixed Use: Office, Retail, Residential
  • Location: Downtown
  • Status: DEAD
  • Start Date: NA
  • Floors: 14
  • Height:
  • Units: NA
  • Commercial space:
  • Developer: NA
  • Architect: Bob Ellis
  • Website(s):
  • Articles: Mentioned along with The Pinnacle on Main in THIS ARTICLE.
  • Renderings: NA

Edited by Spartan
Added: Court St Tower, City Hall Plaza, Gateway Site, Rhett St Updated: Peacock, Pinnacle

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The article in the Greenville News says 13 stories. The other tower designed by Bob Ellis is supposed to be 14 stories according to the same article. You can read it close to the beginning of the New Greenville developments thread. :)

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Skyliner unless I'm misinterpreting the article from the greenville news it says that the building that is going to be constructed at North Main and Elford is a 14 story tower.That is were the Pinnacle is proposed. The article was online on May 5th. I dont know if this is a type-o or not .I had also originally read it was suposed to be 13.

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I had noticed before that the paper has not been consistant about the height of the Pinnacle on Main. But accouding to the website for the building it is 13 stories.

Also at the Pinnacle sale is pending on 9 office condos and one of the residential condos. That is a good sign.

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Pinnacle on Main (Corner of North Main and Elford) is planned to be 13 Stories:

- 1st Floor: Retail

- 2nd Floor through 8th Floor: Commercial Office Space

- 9th Floor through 12th Floor: Residential

- 13th Floor: The Pinnacle Club

There will be two additional underground levels for storage and parking.

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Thanks Everyone I had read several diff posts and it just confused me because it was always a diff height . 13 is ok 14 would have been better though.

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For now, you can get to the list of new Greenville highrises from anywhere by clicking in my signature. I'll update the list when needed. :)

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It is my belief that the building that is going up at Main & Broad is the building mentioned by Bob Ellis as the 14 story tower that he was developing. Because he mentioned a bank and I cant remember where I read it, but I read that the newly started Independance Bank is going to be on the ground floor of that building at Main & Broad.

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4. Bob Ellis designed building (mentioned along with Pinnacle on Main, but no location given)

-- 14 stories

I have confirmation that this building has not yet been announced, and is not one of the announced towers.

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Pinnacle on Main (Corner of North Main and Elford) is planned to be 13 Stories:

-  1st Floor:  Retail

-  2nd Floor through 8th Floor:  Commercial Office Space

-  9th Floor through 12th Floor:  Residential

- 13th Floor:  The Pinnacle Club

There will be two additional underground levels for storage and parking.

Source

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On review of the web site linked above, this "Pinnacle Club" really looks like it could take up 2 Floors, so this would top the Pinnacle on Main out at 14 floors as well.

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After decades of no high rises being built in downtown (aside from the Carolina First buiding in 1999 or so), it is amazing that we have so many projects going at once! I am excited about what this will do for our skyline.

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On review of the web site linked above, this "Pinnacle Club" really looks like it could take up 2 Floors, so this would top the Pinnacle on Main out at 14 floors as well.

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I wonder if the Pinnacle Club will be part of the Macon Ga. based chain of Upscale members-only restaurants that are usually on the top floors of tall buildings. Not sure of the companys name but I used to work at one in Augusta Georgia. The Pinnacle Club was its name and it was on the 16th and 17th floor of the Wachovia Building DT. I think Columbia SC, Athens Ga., and Macon Ga. also have these restaurants.

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Yeah. Columbia has one on the top of SouthTrust: 'Top of Columbia' I htink its called. I wish it weren't private. That really irks me.

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Camperdown Condos is still scheduled to begin construction in July. The Pinnacle is probably going to start within a month or two. :)

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I don't know about you folks, but I'm actually looking forward to seeing our skyline dominated by cranes for a couple of years :)

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I'm not sure I'm looking forward to that... but I am looking forward to what it represents. I guess I could live with it. :D

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I'm very anxious about the Falls @ Broad development. That crane will definitely dominate the skyline! B) I just want to see a tall building with something other than a flat rooftop. <_< That's one reason I love the Poisett Plaza office building so much. :D

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I we will see a lot less of the boxes we are use to seeing all over sc. Not just greenville. I know there are people out there with a better vision than that.

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