The proposed 235 dwelling residential community within Greenville’s Water Tower District expands the positive energy of Hampton Station to a 24/7 Live/Work/Play experience.
Located on the Orange Line of the Swamp Rabbit Trail, the Water Tower will provide residents great bicycle connectivity to the nearby Swamp Rabbit Grocery, downtown Greenville, and Furman University. The industrial character of the immediate surrounds provides the design cues, while the active lifestyle experience inspires the amenity package.
Well Building Challenge concepts are integrated throughout the design and made obvious with conveniently located dramatic stairs while elevators are discreetly tucked away. Outdoor spaces include a roof terrace overlooking Hampton Station and a dramatic oversized bridge furnished for social gatherings.
[materials]: Masonry, corrugated metal, natural cementitious panels
[bike score]: 53
Architectural: Luke Perry, Anu Rao, Adrienne Stone, Kevin Davis, Scott Johnston
Structural: Arrowood and Arrowood
Landscape: Seamon Whiteside and Associates
Civil Engineering: Seamon Whiteside and Associates
MEP: Carolina Engineering Solutions
Developer: Urban Realty Partners and Water Dagger