Developer Reveals University Ridge Redevelopment Plans And Expects 5,500 New Jobs Will Be Created

On Thursday, the developers behind Greenville’s University Ridge redevelopment, RocaPoint Partners, announced their plans for the project.

The redeveloped County Square property, according to RocaPoint Partners, will include a total of 3 million square feet of new Class-A office, street-level retail, hotel, residential, and green space properties. It will also include a new County Square administration building for $65 million. The 250,000-square-foot building is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The $1 billion redevelopment project is also projected to create 5,500 employment in the county, according to the developers.

In the statement, Phil Mays, principal of RocaPoint Partners, says, “Greenville is experiencing a surge in popularity due to recent investments from major employers, a growing array of unique dining and retail concepts, and an abundance of walking trails and open-air spaces.” “The University Ridge Development serves as a catalyst for this growth, and we’re excited to continue progress with residents, the county, and our growing team. Together with our partners, we are focused on creating a distinct gathering destination for the Greenville community.

In addition to offering a distinctive gathering destination, the developers emphasized that they are focused on developing a walkable environment that fosters local business growth while still maintaining the charm of downtown Greenville.

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