Greer Mill Building to be Converted to Apartments


Lofts RenderingTucked away off E. Wade Hampton Boulevard in Greer is a former mill community that is undergoing a makeover.

Apalache Mill, which opened in 1888, had a grist mill, a saw mill and a small textile mill. It was one of the first mills to be built in the Spartanburg area, and remained active until 2007. The building and 7.2-acre property it sits on is being refurbished into residential apartments called Lofts by the Lake at Apalache Mill. The development is located at 2200 Racing Road in Greer.

Upstate developer Dale Goodrich is turning the abandoned mill into 97 one- and two-bedroom units. The proposed apartment community will feature high-end, loft-style amenities including massive two-story windows, pine columns, exposed historic brick walls, lake views in 51 of the units, and communal resources including lake access and kayak shoots.



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