Plans for Greenville’s Judson Mill Revealed


judson millThe North Carolina developer who purchased the 36-acre former Judson Mill site last month has revealed details of his plans there, including more than 200 apartments and more than 300,000 square feet of office and light industrial space.

Judson Mill, at 701 Easley Bridge Road, is about a mile west of Greenville city limits and stands at the northern entrance of the 1,100-home Judson community. The 36.2-acre mill property includes an 800,000-square-foot building, about half of which developer Ken Reiter, president of the Belmont Sayre firm out of Chapel Hill, N.C., has said previously that he wishes to convert into residential space, according to a November 2016 county planning document.

According to a news release from real-estate firm CBRE, which represented Reiter in the purchase, Reiter completed his purchase of the site on Oct. 16. Milliken and Co. had closed the mill in early 2015, and the property had been on the market since that summer two years ago.



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