Greenville Warehouse to Become Loft Apartments


The outer reaches of the West End are poised to see the redevelopment of an historic Greenville property when construction begins on loft apartments in a cotton warehouse on Green Avenue.

Greenville-based TRV Development says it is transforming the old E.W. Montgomery Cotton Warehouse into 60 apartment-style lofts, ranging from about 600 to 1,300 square feet, with open ceilings and exposed brick walls. The warehouse is about a half-mile from Fluor Field and a few blocks west of Greenville High School.

Plans show multiple efforts throughout the two-story development to preserve the site’s historic aesthetic, including the former warehouse and office entryways, original hardwood floors, painted brick and exposed wooden beams and frames.

The Elements, City Lofts, as it is listed in plans, will feature amenities such as a clubroom, pool and cabana, and covered parking in the rear. The company says particular focus has been put on environmental sustainability, such as solar panels to heat water and the common area.


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