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Dedvukaj is calling it The Village at Poe Mill." The massive project in its present form, with six buildings up to six stories each across 11 acres, calls for 428 apartments — half of which would be set aside for so-called "workforce" housing.

More info and renderings: https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/local/2020/06/02/developer-proposes-hundreds-apartments-poe-mill-site-downtown-greenville-sc/5282641002/

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Greenville County Redevelopment Authority has sold the old Poe Mill site at long last.  The closing process began Feb. 9, executive director John Castile said, with the property going for $1 mill

https://greenvillejournal.com/news/affordable-apartments-planned-for-poe-mill/

Today, the site is primarily used as a home-grown skate park, but the plans Contour presented for what the company is calling “The Village at Poe Mill” would add six buildings, each six stories tall, accommodating 428 apartments.

Half of those apartments would be used solely for affordable housing, according to the plan.

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Greenville County Redevelopment Authority has sold the old Poe Mill site at long last. 

The closing process began Feb. 9, executive director John Castile said, with the property going for $1 million to Michigan-based developer Contour Companies, which has big plans to transform the site into "The Village at Poe Mill." 

Contour has proposed to build an 11-acre development that would feature 428 residential units, 30,000 square feet of commercial space with shopping and dining options, and also a spur extension of the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

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