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ONE Impressive Mixed-Use Project Nears Completion in Greenville

Brasfield & Gorrie, one of the nation’s largest privately held construction firms, recently celebrated the topping out of the second phase of Project ONE, a $42.4 million, two-tower office building and retail space located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.  Greenville’s WYFF News 4 Team reported last year that the project is being called “ONE” to “signify its central place”, according to developer Bob Hughes of Hughes Development Corporation.  The entire project, which is being built at the site of the former historic Woolworth building, is scheduled to be completed in June 2013.

Phase II broke ground in June 2012 and includes the 11-story, 201,000 square foot South Office Tower, which has seven floors of meeting and training rooms as well as an auditorium space for CertusBank, an anchor tenant.  The remaining three floors are available for lease.  As part of the $20.4 million Phase II project, Brasfield & Gorrie will also handle the build-out of the Smith Moore Leatherwood office, and the auditorium space for CertusBank.

Phase I, the North Office Tower, broke ground in September 2011 and was completed in December 2012.  It is a $22 million, nine-story, 180,000 square foot office building that includes four classroom floors for Clemson University’s MBA program, two floors for local law firm Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A., and a floor of executive space for CertusBank.

Project ONE consists of two precast and curtain wall skin towers on top of a 45,000  square foot connected retail space that lines the main street of downtown Greenville.  One of the already confirmed tenants for the retail space is women’s clothing and home décor retailer Anthropologie.  Nearly 35,000  square foot of retail space is available for lease.

Both towers are pursuing LEED Gold certification, signifying that the project features elements that make it environmentally friendly and energy efficient.


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Might I ask what kind of glass is installed ?

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