Meet Biltmore Park: A residential development proposed for the Haynie-Sirrine neighborhood

The 44 townhouses proposed for the Biltmore Park development — if approved — would check boxes from the City of Greenville’s 23-year-old master plan for the area.


It’s been a long time coming. | Rendering by MHK Architecture

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Biltmore Park — a neighborhood of 44 three-story townhouses — has been proposed for Pearl Avenue (near Sirrine Stadium), and while this proposal is new, the plan for townhouses — and the name of the development — is not.

A 23-year-old idea

When the Haynie-Sirrine Master Plan was shared in the early-2000s, page 72 introduced us to “Biltmore Park,” a recommendation to build 35 townhouses and a public park.

Stemming from discussions with residents at a series of meetings, this idea supported the master plan’s key recommendations for the neighborhood to “encourage the construction of a wide variety of housing throughout the neighborhood” and “maintain existing housing along Pearl Avenue and provide infill housing on vacant lots.”

Keene Development Group acquired the land and adjacent plots to make the 23-year-old plan, and those recommendations, a reality. ICYMI, Keene is also building The McDaniel near the Greenville Zoo and Cleveland Park.

The townhouses


The homes will be made of brick and limestone. | Renderings by MHK Architecture

Located minutes from the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail and the County Square redevelopment, each 3,000-4,000+ sqft townhouse would feature:

  • Three or four bedrooms
  • A rooftop terrace
  • A two-car garage
  • Access to a public park (proposed as part of the project)

According to the City of Greenville, the next step is administrative review and permitting.

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