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Greenville surburban lofts

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Great to see lofts not only taking off in the downtown, but also in the suburbs. Here are some photos of Cotton Mill Place lofts in Simpsonville:

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Thats tricky. I saw 'suburban lofts' as the title and I was rather confused. This is suburban in most respects, but the Mill makes all the difference. Very exciting for Simpsonville. :)

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Simpsonville is definitely "suburban Greenville," just as Boiling Springs is "suburban Spartanburg." ;)

This project looks to be coming along very well! I love the fact that at least a few of the last remaining old mills from the 1800s are being preserved for the future. :shades:

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True, but Boiling Springs' only historic aspect is the spring, which is conveniently located in a shopping center next to Blockbuster.

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In downtown Easley there are also some lofts (recently complete or very near completion) in a building that has housed...if Im not mistaken...a button factory and a high school.

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Thats tricky. I saw 'suburban lofts' as the title and I was rather confused. This is suburban in most respects, but the Mill makes all the difference. Very exciting for Simpsonville. :)

I'm not 100% sure I would call it suburban. It is located in downtown Simpsonville.

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I'm not 100% sure I would call it suburban. It is located in downtown Simpsonville.

True, but Simpsonville IS suburban Greenville in a broader sense.

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I'm not 100% sure I would call it suburban. It is located in downtown Simpsonville.

Suburban to Greenville.

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