Community market demolished for condo development

 
 
 

GSA Business
November 10, 2014

Staff Report  
gsanews@scbiznews.com 
Published Nov. 10, 2014

Developers of a 15-unit condominium project in Greenville’s Alta Vista neighborhood attracted onlookers today to watch a crew demolish the former 8 O’Clock Superette, a popular community market on the site. The three-bedroom condos are expected to range from $800,000 to $1.5 million.

Renaissance Development and Saad Resources LLC are developing Alta Vista Place and Studio Fusion of Charlotte is the architect. The four story project has eight floor plan options that range from 2,900 square feet to 4,400 square feet, according to a news release. The residences will have 10-foot ceilings, outdoor terraces and underground parking.

Construction is expected to start after some of the units are sold. A presale launch party is set for 4 p.m., Nov. 20 on the 3/4-acre site at 103 Cleveland St., across from Sirrine Stadium. Saad Resources President Greg Saad said construction will probably be completed by summer 2016.

The marketing agency is Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, Realtors.

The 8 O’Clock Superette opened in the early 1960s and was operated by Billy Langley and his wife from 1971 to 2008 as a grocery market, butcher shop and deli. Langley died in 2008.

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