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CONSTRUCTION THREAD: The Brio

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This will be the initial catalyst for one of the most important community revitalization projects in Greenville's history. That whole area is in very bad shape, but has incredible potential. I'm pretty sure this is the residential development spoken of in a recent edition Greenville Journal as being next to Sirrine Stadium. :)

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I've been following this for the past few months (thanks to my Port City Java addiction) as I've been driving out Church Street to Mills each week for a fix.

This project is coming along nicely and should definitely be, as Skyliner commented, a catalyst for redevelopment in that vacinity.

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I've been kind of confused about this project. What is the price range? Is it luxury or something low that would be more in the price range that is already there?

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I think the prices are slightly better than in downtown, but still high based on square footage. The rendering shows some new building in front facing Church Street. Isn't this section of Church in Greenville's master plan to be narrowed, landscaped and have street level retail / pedestrian access added?

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Yes. You'll have to follow the link in Brad's Master Plan thread to find what you want. That whole Haynie-Sirrine neighborhood is going to look different once the work is finished. As I said earlier, this will be one of the most important revitalization projects in the history of Greenville. That whole area is in absolutely terrible shape right now -- a real eyesore as visitors and residents enter downtown from I-185. Can't wait for that image to disappear. -_-

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I think the prices are slightly better than in downtown, but still high based on square footage.  The rendering shows some new building in front facing Church Street.  Isn't this section of Church in Greenville's master plan to be narrowed, landscaped and have street level retail / pedestrian access added?

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BTW, these will be auctioned off, so I assume the prices will vary.

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They were auctioned off months ago.

Also, this project has already started greater interest. Biltmore Oaks is just down the street in front of Sirrine Stadium.

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I must have been asleep. Why didn't someone wake me up? :lol:

Another great example of the changing Greenville many haven't realized yet. :thumbsup:

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It was my first time going down Church St today in a long time... I was absolutely amazed at how differently this building looks already. It's truly going to be a marvel once it's done- Mainly because the MASSIVE transformation. It looks 100 percent better already

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I totally agree! It will be a magnificent transformation in that miserable neighborhood. I'm very excited about the plans for revitalization on a grand scale there. :thumbsup:

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It was my first time going down Church St today in a long time... I was absolutely amazed at how differently this building looks already. It's truly going to be a marvel once it's done- Mainly because the MASSIVE transformation. It looks 100 percent better already

Agreed! :thumbsup: This is going to be a very nice addition to intown living!

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gsupstate had posted one at the top of this thread when the thread was started; however, it's not showing up now ... it hasn't changed drastically since that photo was posted, if you remember what it looked like.

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These condos are flying along, went by today....major progress is being made. I'll snap an update photo next time I'm by.

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Here are a couple of updated shots of the Brio.

BRIO1.jpg

BRIO3.jpg

That project is really nice, but Im not sure I would want to spend that kind of money and look out my window to see the latest drug deal going down. That area surrounding it, and Mills mill is horrible. The city needs to buy it up and tear alot of it down.

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most of the surrouding homes are owned by C. Dan Joyner or David Stone, when the marketed this project they used that as a selling point. Telling potential buyers that they plan on being involved in redevelopment.

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