Flournoy Development Group selects McShane to build South Carolina development


North Carolina Construction News staff writer

McShane Construction Co. has been selected by Flournoy Development Group to build 262-unit multifamily complex in Greenville, South Carolina.

“We’re excited to kick off our second project with Flournoy Development,” Scott Hoppa, senior vice-president and regional manager at McShane, said in a statement. “Located in one of the fastest growing cities in the country, this project will help fulfill the need for new housing in Greenville.”

Dynamik Design is the architect.

Located at the intersection of Pelham and Boiling Springs Roads, the development will integrate five four-story residential buildings on a nine-acre site. The wood frame buildings will feature attractive brick, cementitious panel, and lap siding exteriors.

Ten of the units will be live/work spaces and the development will include more than 8,000 sq. ft. of amenity space with a clubhouse and business lounge, club room, mail room, and fitness center. Adjacent to the club room there will be a courtyard with an outdoor pool and amenity deck. A separate maintenance building will house a car wash and a pet wash.

McShane is performing site work at the property, including hazardous material abatement and demolition of existing structures.

Construction is expected to be completed in December 2025.

McShane is also underway with Optima Mallard Creek, a 397-unit apartment community in Charlotte, North Carolina, for Flournoy Development Group.


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