Greenville, S.C.—Proffitt Dixon Partners, a multifamily investment and development company, recently announced that Ellison on Broad, its latest apartment community, is nearing completion in Greenville, S.C., with the first units coming in December. JLL provided project management services from project conception through completion. Creative Builders is the general contractor, Housing Studio is the architect, while Land Design is the landscape architect. The civil engineer is Site Design and the interior design was created by Vignette Interior Design.
Situated in downtown Greenville at 212 East Broad St., Ellison on Broad is just two blocks from Main Street. Named after a Greenville textile innovator, the 201-unit luxury community is surrounded by parks, cafes and restaurants, as well as shopping venues. The five-story apartment project features 147 one- and 54 two-bedroom units. All apartments have 9 to 12 foot-high ceilings, movable granite kitchen islands, stainless steel appliances and master closets with custom shelving. Ellison on Broad boasts a 6,500-square-foot clubhouse, a fitness facility, a salt filtered pool, as well as grilling areas and fire pits. Additional amenities include a bike repair area, kayak storage, outdoor grilling spots, spa treatment room and a billiards room.
“At Ellison on Broad residents will enjoy a community with extensive modern amenities, just two blocks from Main Street and within walking distance from some of the city’s best restaurants, parks and attractions,” said Stuart Proffitt, managing principal at Proffitt Dixon Partners, in prepared remarks.
Built to NAHB Green Bronze level specifications, the community incorporates energy efficiency, water and resource conservation features, but also improved indoor air quality. Construction broke ground in May 2015 as Fountains Greenville, but the owner decided to change the community’s name after a few months. The project is expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2017. Other similar properties of the company are located in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
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