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South Carolina Affordable Housing Options Expand as NHE Development Brings Parkside at Butler to
Parkside at Butler, located off exit 34 in Mauldin, will be the latest NHE Development project to open when completed in early Spring of 2023. The new community, made possible with Low-Income Housing Tax Credit support, will consist of three garden-style apartment buildings containing 1-, 2-, and 3- bedrooms apartments along with an onsite leasing office. When opened, the community will be home to Upstate residents earning 30%, 50%, or 60% of the area median income in Greenville County.
Construction on Parkside at Butler began in December 2021 with site preparations, and currently all building foundations have been laid and buildings are in the framing stage. Leasing should begin for new residents in late 2022, with the first residents moving into units early in 2023.
"NHE is excited to help bring Parkside at Butler to life with our partner organizations, and we thank them for their contributions and vision in helping to create this excellent addition to the Upstate's affordable housing options," said Taylor Davis, CEO of NHE, Inc. "We continue to explore opportunities in markets across South Carolina to add high-quality affordable housing like this and are pleased to work with all of the other partners in this project to bring Parkside at Butler to reality."
Residents of Parkside at Butler will enjoy unit amenities including Energy Star appliances, luxury vinyl flooring, and washer and dryer hookups. Residents will enjoy community amenities including a community room with kitchenette, gazebo, and computer lab.
Parkside at Butler will provide convenient and comfortable living for Greenville County residents who are looking to be less than ten minutes from downtown Mauldin, and less than 30 minutes from downtown Greenville, while still featuring convenient access to award-winning schools, shopping, dining, and healthcare facilities.
Parkside at Butler is made possible through collaboration by a broad group of partners, all dedicated to expanding high-quality affordable housing options for South Carolinians in need. A recent strategic plan headed by the Greenville Housing Fund and Greenville County Redevelopment Authority has identified the need for as many as 10,000 additional rent or income-restricted units, and the preservation of another 3,000 units of existing affordable housing over the next decade in Greenville County alone.
For additional information, contact NHE at 864.467.1600 or visit www.NHE-Inc.com.