Daniel plans Legacy Haywood luxury apartments for Haywood Road area

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Daniel, a Southeastern real estate development, management, and investment firm, announced recently they have closed on 11 acres of land and will be breaking ground on a new luxury apartment community off of Haywood Road in Greenville named Legacy Haywood.

Located adjacent to Fluor (Daniel) Enterprises, 100 Fluor Daniel Drive, the name — Legacy Haywood — is a tribute to Daniel’s company legacy, which started in Greenville. The development firm is headquartered in Birmingham, Ala.

“Our team is thrilled to begin work on another apartment community in Greenville,” said Justin Weintraub, executive vice president of Daniel. “Fueled by a dynamic employment base, world-class culinary scene, and unrivaled natural amenities, we look forward to delivering another luxury community to one of the Southeast’s most vibrant markets.”

Construction is scheduled to start immediately, with the first units delivering in spring 2019.
Legacy Haywood will feature 244 one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartment homes.

The apartments will include high-end finish packages with community amenities such as a resort-style pool with a sundeck, outdoor fireplace with lounge seating, pet spa and park, coffee bar/internet lounge with Apple workstations, state-of-the-art cardio and weight training center, and detached garages.
The community was designed by Wakefield Beasley & Associates; the general contractor is CF Evans; the equity partner is Mesa Capital Partners; and the construction financing is provided by Synovus Bank.

Legacy will be Daniel’s second apartment community to develop in Greenville. The company developed Haywood Reserve in 2016 and has since sold the property. Daniel also recently announced it will be closing within 30 days on the 217 apartments that will sit atop retail and office space along Falls Street of the under-construction Camperdown development. Developer Centennial American Properties will retain ownership of the retail and office component.

Check out the Greenville Journal story here.