Greenville News article — Mauldin gets affordable housing, Fountain Inn gets rentals: Golden Strip development news

The Greenville News has published an article about a 72-unit apartment complex underway in Mauldin and a rental home community including 87 single-family homes and 64 townhomes in Fountain Inn.

Parkside at Butler in Mauldin “will be home to Upstate residents earning 30%, 50%, or 60% of the area median income in Greenville County.

Three-bedroom units will likely have monthly rental rates of $500 to $1,000 once the state housing board approves them this fall, said NHE Head of Development Robinson Villa.

A recent strategic plan from the Greenville Housing Fund and the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority shows the need for as many as 10,000 additional rent or income-restricted units over the next decade in Greenville County alone, according to a news release…”

Foxchase in Fountain Inn is being built “to provide an alternative for those unable or unwilling to buy in the current market.”

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Image Provided (construction underway at Parkside at Butler in Mauldin

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