Renaissance Place
Renaissance Place. Photo provided

Renaissance Place Senior Apartments, a new 57-unit community for residents aged 55 years and older, held a grand opening Nov. 30 at 119 Logan Knoll Lane in Greenville.

The apartments were funded by IBERIABANK, a division of First Horizon Bank and its Iberia Civic Impact Partners group. They were developed in partnership with NHE, Creative Builders and SCG Development Partners LLC of Tysons Corner, Virginia.

In addition, the project was supported by the Greenville Housing Fund, Community Works and the city of Greenville.

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“NHE is excited to help bring Renaissance Place to fruition, which we consider to be an excellent addition to Greenville’s affordable housing options for seniors,” said NHE Inc. CEO Taylor Davis. “We continue to explore the right opportunities in markets across South Carolina for addition of high-quality affordable housing and are pleased to work with our other partners in this important project to benefit our senior population.”

The apartments offer one- and two-bedroom units ranging from 749 square feet to 1,077 square feet with features such as:

  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Wooden cabinets
  • Laminate countertops
  • Vinyl tile flooring
  • Energy-rated appliances
  • Energy-rated windows
  • Washer-dryer hookups
  • Prewiring for cable and internet

Renaissance Place also offers amenities including:

  • A community room with kitchenette
  • Fully-equipped computer lab
  • Laundry center
  • Fitness center
  • Library
  • Walking trails
  • Outdoor gazebo

The development joins more than 90 other NHE-managed affordable housing properties in markets across the state.

For more, call 864-900-2174 or email


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