Coldwell Banker Caine Brings New Community Tap Restaurant to Travelers Rest | Special coverage from Greenville Real Estate
A bar and restaurant will arrive nearby along the Swamp Rabbit Trail at Travelers Rest, as part of a mixed-use redevelopment project supported by Greenville real estate agency Coldwell Banker Caine.
The project will include a third location in the Greenville area for The Community Tap, which began offering craft beer and selected wines in 2010, as well as a restaurant that has yet to be announced and a multipurpose real estate gallery. and an event space by Banker Coldwell Caine.
The restaurant will occupy the former Hare and Field space at 327 South Main St. which closed at the end of 2020, while The Community Tap and Coldwell Banker Caine will share the current Creative Displays retail and warehouse space. 3,000 square feet at 321 South. The common green space on Main Street will join the two buildings, replacing the existing parking lot.
A covered outdoor space will include seating, bike racks, options for live music, and the ability to be used 365 days a year. Another food vendor in shipping containers facing the green space is also in the works. Work on the site has started and construction is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter.
“Over the years, the owners of Community Tap and I have become close friends, and when the opportunity to create a true gathering place in the growing area of (Travelers Rest) presented itself, I know who our partners should be, ”said Stephen Edgerton, President and CEO of Coldwell Banker Caine. “With their ability to cultivate genuine hospitality and our goal of providing our clients and team members with a unique place to plan for their future, sharing physical space was an obvious next step for both of our organizations. “
Although Community Tap co-owners Ed Buffington and Mike Okupinski weren’t planning to expand beyond their second location, when approached by Edgerton, “it made sense right away,” said Buffington. “… We all love Travelers Rest. After watching the rejuvenation it has experienced over the past few years, we are truly delighted to be a part of it.
Cliffs Valley home sells for $ 2.295 million
A five bedroom home in the gated community of Cliffs Valley with stunning views of the surrounding mountains was recently sold for $ 2.295 million. James Patton of Cliffs Realty represented the seller, while Jon Skillman of Cliffs Realty represented the buyer.
Built in 2006, the 6,500 square foot home at 501 Panther Mountain Road sits at an elevation of 2,800 feet and from its back patio offers views of Table Rock, Paris Mountain and other nearby peaks. High airy ceilings, three stacked stone fireplaces, multiple family rooms, and an elevator highlight interior features, while the home also has a hot tub, leveled backyard, and a three-car garage. cars with a workshop.
Snellings joins Furman Capital Advisors
Trey Snellings has joined the multi-family team of Furman Capital Advisors, the investment services division of NAI Earle Furman commercial real estate. Based in Greenville, Furman Capital Advisors focuses solely on the sale of investment real estate in the Southeastern United States.
Snellings, a senior partner, brings a wide range of multi-family knowledge of both multi-family brokerage and investment experience and specializes in the Carolinas and Georgia. He will join Kay Hill, Bern DuPree, Ari Laurenza and Christine Joseph in the team that works on multi-family sales and land for multi-family development.
Johnson to lead Allen Tate corporate relocation
Archie Johnson has been appointed vice president of corporate services for the Northern State region of Allen Tate Relocation and Corporate Services, a division of Allen Tate Companies.
In his new role, Johnson will provide relocation services to businesses and employees moving regionally and nationally. In addition, he will work with local economic development organizations and chambers of commerce to provide information and assistance to businesses considering relocating to the north of the state.
Prior to joining Allen Tate, Johnson worked in business development, banking, and lending. He is also a licensed insurance agent. The University of Georgia graduate and native of Savannah has lived in the upstate since 1991. Johnson will be based in the Allen Tate office in downtown Greenville at 323 Buncombe St.
Olympic hopes end for Joy’s Rodenfels
Annie Rodenfels, Corporate Wellness Coordinator for Joy Real Estate of Taylors and Mauldin, saw her Olympic hopes halt due to a lower back injury that hampered the former Division III national champion during the recent Olympic track and field trials in the United States in Eugene, Oregon.
The back injury, later diagnosed as a bulging disc, forced Rodenfels to miss 20 days of training before practice, and to rely on running in a pool and using an elliptical trainer to try to maintain shape. As a result, she surpassed her personal best in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and finished 30th out of a field of 33 runners spread over two preliminary heats.
Northern state agencies add new employees
Several real estate companies in the upstate have recently welcomed new employees.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors of Greenville announced the addition of agents Stacy Masse and Gena Greer to its Woodruff office in Five Forks, and Richard “Logan” Watson to its Anderson branch. Masse recently worked as a registered nurse, while Greer is a retired teacher and Watson comes from auto sales.
Allen Tate Realtors recently welcomed new Agent Darlene Avila to her Keowee Key location, April Gambrell to her Easley / Powdersville branch, Ashley Downs to her downtown Greenville office, Charlotte Wright to her Greenville / Simpsonville location and Ashley Hawkins at her Greer branch.
Nest Realty of Greenville recently welcomed Liesel Schwab, who worked in the airline industry for 15 years, as a new agent. The Greenville Real Estate Bar has welcomed Katherine Philavong as its new real estate agent.
And the Parker group of Greenville welcomed Ryan DeLuca, a senior in communications at Furman University and captain of the Paladins football team, as an intern.
Spotlight on agents and open house announcements
Upstate real estate agents can now be listed on The Greenville Post and Courier website, as well as place free ads for open houses.
Realtors interested in being featured in The Greenville Post and Courier’s Agent Spotlight can submit their information here. The information required includes a short biography as well as contact information. A different agent will be highlighted each week on the real estate homepage.
Agents interested in placing a free advertisement for open houses can submit their information here. The ads run free for seven days on the Greenville Post and Courier open house listings.