Greenville’s Bank of America Building Sold


You could almost draw a straight line between the One towers, Bank of America Plaza and the now-empty Windstream building at the corner of North Main and Washington, which developer Bob Hughes has staked as the new hub of mixed-use activity for downtown Greenville.

On Thursday, Hughes said he and investors have purchased the Bank of America Plaza at 101 North Main with plans to upgrade the 15-story tower as well as possibly developing another high-rise on a parking lot at Washington and Richardson streets that came with the sale, though no decision has been made.

Hughes and his son, Robert Hughes III, also an executive in the family real estate development company, Hughes Development Corp, said they’re talking to potential tenants that were eyeing space at One until most of the available square footage was taken.


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