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I will use this page to post pictures of new development. It is still a work in progress.

The work on Main Street between Elmwood and Anthony Avenues is complete and it looks great:


Here are some renderings and photos of the Tower at Main and Gervais development by Holder Properties. The renderings were posted in The State. I will add more photos as the project progresses:














I went on a photo shoot in March 2008 to get photos of some of the new developments in town. These are just from in-town developments as I rarely venture out to suburbia. The included renderings are from public websites.

Adesso Condominiums, which will be opening soon at the corner of Main and Blossom:




This is the site of the new USC Honors College dorm with Adesso in the background:


Land clearing for Assembly Station apartments. The rendering is below the photo:



The Battery at Arsenal Hill:





The Biomedical Research Building under construction at USC and its adjoining parking garage:



Canal Place (and the views of the canal, the Three Rivers Greenway/Riverfront Park and the river from there):







Canalside:








Center Vista Site:


The new City Bus Depot:



The New Five Points Fountain:


The fountain with the Five Points South site behind it, followed by a FPS rendering:



The Olympia Mill renovation into loft apartments is nearly completed:



Olympia Community Center renovation:


Rosewood Hills low to moderate income housing, which replaced Hendley Homes public housing. You can see the proximity to Williams-Brice Stadium:



Senate Club Renovation:



SC Auto Dealers Assn:


The Shoppes at Lady Street and the Carolina Ale House:


Springhill Suites site clearing in the Vista:


Staybridge Suites construction, also in the Vista:


New USC Band and Dance Hall construction:


New USC Baseball Stadium  construction:



900 Pulaski Town homes construction in the Vista:


New City Parking Garage and retail in the Vista:




That's it for now.

 

 

I'm not a huge proponent of suburban developments; I'd rather see dense urban infill. Here are some pictures of some developments in suburban NE Columbia.

Medical office park near Providence Hospital NE

Killians Crossing will be similar to the Village at Sandhill

Village at Sandhill