Greenville County land development division has issued grading permits to a construction firm representing Georgia capital LLC and Bon Secours Hospital system. Site plan includes upgrading storm water retention pond and grading for future development.
The yet publicly announced project consists of 28.6 acres owned by Georgia Capital and 10.04 acres bought by Bon Secours. Greenville County’s certified storm water plan reviewer Wally Saitta said the project is approved to upgrade the current retention pond and prepare the property for construction. The exact details of the project should be revealed soon. Although the parcels are divided between Bon Secours and Georgia Capital the project is being graded as one project.”
Bon Secours hospital system had previously planned to build the millennium hospital campus off of I-85 but as of this date that project is on hold. The potential for a small outpatient unit is very possible for the Grandview Harrison Bridge Drive property. According to sources at Bon Secours the final plans are not ready to be disclosed. As far as the other 28.6 acres, that portion of the development has been advertised with possible retail space available.
The property was annexed into the city of Simpsonville several years ago and has been zoned commercial. According to City of Simpsonville Planning Director Jason Knudsen, plans and renderings were not available at this time.♦