Greenville Journal article — Affordable apartment complex Olii Place opens in Mauldin

The Greenville Journal has published an article about the grand opening of Olii Place, an affordable housing community in Mauldin.  Mercy Housing Southeast partnered with GCRA and many others to see this project come to fruition.

…“’We are incredibly proud of Olii Place,’ said Mercy Housing Southeast President James Alexander. ‘The partnership and commitment of Mauldin, Greenville County, and SC Housing allowed us to build a beautiful, energy-efficient affordable complex in an area where it is much needed.'”…

Click here to read the entire article.


Photo — Left to right: James Alexander of Mercy Housing Southeast, Deb Long of Bon Secours, Charlotte Osmer of the GCRA board, Mayor Terry Merritt, South Carolina House Rep. Chandra Dillard and Kristine Foye of HUD. Photo provided.

Previous Post
Greenville Journal article — Project in Greer’s Sunnyside targets ‘missing middle’ in affordable housing
Next Post
Upstate Business Journal article — Greenville Housing Fund acquires Harmony Ridge Apartments in Travelers Rest