BullStreet area development An early rendering of a possible design for the redevelopment of the area near Elmwood Avenue and Bull Street. In this view, No Name Deli is in the foreground and a restored Babcock building dome in the background.

New Multi-Family Housing Project to Address Housing Demand in Columbia

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(Columbia, SC) – A new multi-family housing project is being planned for North Main Street in Columbia, with an estimated cost of $50 million. The project aims to bring more housing options to the area and help meet the growing demand for housing in Columbia.

The proposed development will consist of two buildings, each with four stories, and a total of 220 residential units. The units will include one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, providing a range of options for potential residents. Additionally, the project will feature amenities such as a pool, fitness center, and clubhouse, offering a comfortable living experience for the residents.

The location of the development is strategically chosen, as it is close to downtown Columbia and major highways, providing convenient access to various amenities and transportation options. It is expected that the project will contribute to the revitalization of the North Main Street area and attract more people to live in the neighborhood.

The developer behind this project, Charleston-based Middle Street Partners, has previous experience in constructing multi-family housing projects. They have successfully completed similar developments in other cities in South Carolina.

Overall, the planned multi-family housing project on North Main Street aims to provide more housing options in Columbia, catering to the increasing demand. With its convenient location and planned amenities, it is expected to contribute to the revitalization of the area and offer a comfortable living experience for future residents.

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