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County Square

Redevelopment Project

Growing in Greenville

Mark Masaschi, partner at KDS Commercial Properties, a Greenville-based commercial real estate firm, will act as the primary broker and local partner for all 7 multi-family projects in the County Square development.


Located in downtown Greenville and within walking distance of major attractions such as Falls Park, Fluor Field, and the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, the development is a multi-year, multi-phase project.

"This project will certainly be another transformative step forward in keeping with the values of scale, green space, accessibility and public interaction that continue to make Greenville a very special place in the Southeast," said Masaschi. "Greenville deserves a project of this class and character, and we’re proud to be a part of a team that shares the same values and dedication to Greenville."

KDS has been involved with RocaPoint Partners regarding the project since 2018, and together with architects Foster+Partners and Wakefield Beasley & Associates, got a plan approved that includes office, retail, hospitality, residential and public space. The team worked closely with County Council and their staff to carefully construct a plan that will result in a smart urban environment.

The initial offering includes 3 multi-family sites; one 8-12 story high-rise by the Reedy River and two wrapped parking garage structures. KDS and Roca Point Partners are currently interviewing companies to build these multi-family entities. The multi-family partners will be chosen and under contract by Q3 2022.

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3.5Million

Total Mixed-Use SF


The project includes retail, office, multi-family, hotel, parking, and restaurant space.
1+ Billion

Total Investment


At completion, $1 billion will have been invested in the County Square Redevelopment project.
250k

Square Feet


Over 250,000 square feet of the project are dedicated to retail, restaurant, and entertainment space.
1800+

Residences


There will be over 1,800 luxury rental residences available in seven different multi-family buildings.

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Greenville County reveals fresh concept for ongoing County Square project

Upstate Business Journal

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