Waterleaf at Neely Ferry Apartments announced for 2019 – Upstate Business Journal
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Browse photos and price history of this 3 bed, 3 bath, 1.0 acres. recently sold home at 3235 Neely Ferry Rd, Laurens, SC 29360 that sold on February 15, 2019 for Last Sold for $204,700
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Herald Business Journal You must sign in or register to continue reading content. BOTHELL – A Seattle real estate firm has paid $26 million for the 124-unit Bordeaux Apartments near Martha Lake.
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Greenville, SC., April 5, 2019- Graycliff Capital Development, LLC ("Graycliff"), a South Carolina-based real estate investment and development firm, announces the grand opening of the Cotton Mill Apartments ("Cotton Mill"). Cotton Mill is a Class A multi-family community located within walking distance to historic downtown Simpsonville, SC, a thriving city 15-miles south of downtown.
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Property 224 Evansdale Way Unit Lot 38, Simpsonville, 29680 has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms with 2000 square feet. The Greater Greenville SC Real Estate MLS number is 1318484.
Home / News / Construction & Development / Eight-story apartments planned near Lake Calhoun. Brickstone’s 3100 West Lake Street Apartments will replace an aging office building and will back.
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