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The Greenville Housing Authority
04/19/2018

Heritage at Sliding Rock Earns 2018 Palmetto Housing Achievement Award

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Greenville, S.C. – In the fall of 2014, Greenville Housing Authority (TGHA) imploded Scott Towers, a 200-unit 14-story public housing high-rise senior development that had met its useful life. September 2017, TGHA opened Heritage at Sliding Rock,  the second of three planned developments honoring the commitment of the Greenville Housing Authority to replace all affordable senior housing units lost from the implosion of Scott Towers. Heritage at Sliding Rock is a newly constructed 60 unit development conveniently located in the Nicholtown Neighborhood close to the downtown business district. The 60 unit development consists of one 3 story building with 42 one-bedroom and 6 two-bedroom units and 12 two-bedroom cottages. The one and two bedroom units are fully accessible and ADA compliant.

 

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 Left to Right: Ivory N. Mathews, Executive Director - Greenville Housing Authority;

Drew Schaumber, Owner - Schaumber Development; and Holly Douglas, Douglas Development

 

Heritage at Sliding Rock was presented the Palmetto Housing Achievement Award in the Creative Housing Development category by the South Carolina State Housing and Finance Development Authority (SC Housing) at the Annual Palmetto Affordable Housing Forum held in Columbia, SC on April 18, 2019.

 

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 Left to Right: Ivory N. Mathews, Executive Director - Greenville Housing Authority; Robert S. Wilson, Jr., Interim Executive Director - SC State

Housing Finance & Development Authority; and Drew Schaumber, Owner - Schaumber Development 

 

Greenville Housing Authority is extremely grateful to all our private and public partners that have made this development possible including: Douglas, Schaumber and Tapestry Development; the West Greenville Neighborhood Association; the City of Greenville; the US Department of Housing and Urban Development; BB&T Bank, Centrant Community Capital (formerly known as Community Investment Corporation of the Carolinas -CICCAR); the South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority; and Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation (CAHEC).

 

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