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New Office Development Set For Downtown Greenville

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September 12, 2008

Rudolph Bell – Greenville News

A Greenville real estate investor has joined with the company that developed the Bank of America Plaza skyscraper in Atlanta to redevelop nearly an entire block of downtown Greenville.

The proposed Washington Square development would replace three unoccupied buildings along Main Street with a 200,000-square-foot office building and a full-service hotel with 125 to 150 rooms, the developers said. The office and hotel buildings would be about 11 stories tall and would be connected by a ground-level retail corridor fronting Piazza Bergamo.

If it gets built, Washington Square would occupy the entire city block bounded by Main Street, W. Washington Street, N. Laurens Street and Piazza Bergamo, with the exception of a 2,500-square-foot building at the corner of N. Laurens and W. Washington that houses architect offices and other small businesses. The three Main Street buildings that formerly housed Woolworth, C.Q. Fashions and Young Fashions would be demolished.

Washington Square is planned by a joint venture of Greenville real estate investor John Boyd and partners and Cousins Properties Inc., a publicly traded real estate investment trust based in Atlanta.

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This is an exciting development. TIC Properties always does a great job with their deals and this site is one block from our new Greenville office.
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