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Trez Forman Provides $115M Construction Loan for Camperdown Square Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Greenville

At full buildout, Camperdown Square will include the 17-story Falls Tower, a 609-space parking garage, a 194-room AC Marriott hotel, 113,475 square feet of retail space and a 217-unit multifamily building.

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Trez Forman has provided a $115 million construction loan for Camperdown Square, a mixed-use development that is 40 percent built in downtown Greenville. The borrower, Centennial American Partners, is developing Camperdown Square, which is situated on 3 acres adjacent to the Greenville News building at the intersection of South Main and Broad streets. The developers broke ground on Phase II in January on Falls Tower office building within Camperdown Square. In May, coworking firm Spaces signed a 28,900-square-foot lease within Falls Tower. At full buildout, the project will include the 17-story Falls Tower, a 609-space parking garage, a 194-room AC Marriott hotel, 113,475 square feet of retail space and a 217-unit multifamily building. Brett Forman of Trez Forman originated the loan on behalf of the borrower.

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