Bridgeway Station brings old world Italian charm to the Upstate

Hughes Investments is working on an urban village along I-385 in Mauldin. Bridgeway Station will offer at least 1 million square feet of new apartments, offices, shopping, dining, lodging and entertainment.

The rendering shows a modern food hall concept from the founders of “The Warehouse at Vaughn’s.” Plans call for a rooftop bar, brewery from the founder of Southernside, a Table 301 restaurant and rooftop pool for the neighboring apartments.

Our role was to create old world charm for the shell design of this new mixed-use development. We’re recycling masonry from mills across the upstate and recovering stone from various sources. Jon Haile, the project architect, notes “There’s architectural salvage from all over Europe incorporated into the design. The whole project is designed to maximize indoor/outdoor space, for interior spaces that will feel like extensions of the main piazza.”

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