The Quick Details:
- Greenville developer Phil Hughes is planning an urban village called BridgeWay Station spanning 40 acres along I-385 in Mauldin, just south of Butler Road.
- The village will feature residential spaces, offices, shopping, dining, lodging and entertainment.
- This will be the first phase of a larger development.
- Estimated village cost: $100 million
- Estimated construction time: 18 months
About BridgeWay Station:
Greenville developer Phil Hughes is planning an urban village along I-385 in the City of Mauldin with at least 1 million square feet of new apartments, offices, shopping, dining, lodging, and entertainment.
A conceptual site plan shows nine mixed-use complexes along both sides of a main street with retail space on the ground level and apartments or office space on upper floors. It also shows locations for two hotels and a movie theater.
The intention is that this mixed-use development will connect to the Swamp Rabbit Trail via a pedestrian bridge over the interstate. Also shown are landscaping, traffic circles, and a public park with an amphitheater at the proposed connection to the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Hughes is working on various elements of the plan and won’t break ground until they come together.
“Our vision at this time is it will probably be 2020 before the first phase begins to open,” Hughes said.
Hughes described the proposed village as an Internet-connected, environmentally friendly place where people could live, work, and play without having to drive anywhere in a car.
“We will have music, events, festivals. It will be more than just a group of buildings,” state Hughes. “It will be the kind of place everyone wants to go.”
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What People Are Saying:
“Ultimately, the Holland Road location allows us to unify our current operations, gives us ample room for growth, and places us at the center of an exciting mixed-use development with easy access to planned retail, entertainment, and recreation venues.” – Darrell Jackson, Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events president and CEO
“We chose this location because the Mauldin area will be a great spot to plant our roots alongside the longtime residents as we grow our health and wellness vision within this thriving community.” – Kele Davenport, Palmetto Physical Medicine spokeswoman