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Apartment complexes proposed for downtown Greenville

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The proposed site plans for the complex along Wade Hampton Blvd. (Source: Greenville City Planning Commission) The proposed site plans for the complex along Wade Hampton Blvd. (Source: Greenville City Planning Commission)
The proposed site plans for the complex across from Bon Secours Wellness Arena. (Source: Greenville City Planning Commission) The proposed site plans for the complex across from Bon Secours Wellness Arena. (Source: Greenville City Planning Commission)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

People wanting to live close to downtown Greenville may soon have the chance as two new apartment complexes are in the works.

The first project will be located at the site of the former Travel Inn on Wade Hampton Boulevard.

A multi-family developer Robert Johnston intends to purchase and redevelop the property. The proposal includes three, three-story buildings with one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Many of the apartments will include balconies with great views of downtown. According to a release by Greenville City Council, the estimated rent will likely be between $850 and $950 a month.

And another proposed development may be built at the "gateway" to downtown where the Greenville Memorial Auditorium used to stand.

Plans before the design review board say the Broadstone Gateway Apartment will be called "Gateway" because they will set next to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena where Interstate 385 enters downtown.

The project is scheduled to go before the review board on Feb. 6.

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