118. That’s how many multi-family units have been proposed for the former Scottish Rite Center site (817 Cleveland St., between Caine Halter YMCA + East Faris Road).
If traveling from Caine Halter Family YMCA, the location will be on your left. | Map via Google Maps
- 35 for-rent townhome units — with one and two-car garages
- 83 for-rent multi-family apartment units — 1BR, 2BR, and 3BR
- 216 parking spaces
- A pool
- A park
- A club house — with a porch
Conceptual views. | Renderings by Cline Design + Seamon Whiteside for ACRE via The City of Greenville
ACRE Apartment Homes went before the Design Review Board at the beginning of this month and was met with the board’s recommendation for approval, with conditions — like including a variety of plant species (native + evergreen) along Cleveland Street and on property to maintain visibility but also provide privacy. You can see the other conditions here.
Last week, the project went before the Planning Commission for approval, but was deferred to September to “allow the developer time to hold another neighborhood meeting to address concerns from the community,” says City of Greenville Communications Director Beth Brotherton. The first neighborhood meeting was held in July.
What do you think of this development? Stay tuned for more details on the next neighborhood meeting to share your thoughts with leaders + join the next Planning Commission meeting in person or virtually on Thurs., Sept. 15.
In the meantime, review the full proposal, individual design renderings + inspiration, traffic impact study, and notes from the July neighborhood meeting by clicking here.