TownPark is the first for-sale residential project at BullStreet, Columbia’s largest urban redevelopment community conveniently located within one mile of the S.C. State House and USC.
The 28 town homes for sale will consist of two- and three-story floor plans with prices starting in the 350’s. The aesthetic is classic-meets-modern with a brick exterior and contemporary higher-end finishes. More information can be found at www.TheMooreCompany.com/BullStreet.
“The Columbia area is experiencing a strong residential real estate market with low inventory,” says Graeme Moore, owner of The Moore Company. “Along with The Terranova Group and Hughes Development, we have created a new product in-town where demand is high and supply is low. There is strong need for new, updated housing, and TownPark at BullStreet will help to fill the void.”
“More than ever, people want to live in a walkable, urban environment where restaurants, shopping and entertainment are a short walk away,” says Moore. “As BullStreet develops, there won’t be a better place to enjoy in-town living.”
The Terranova Group, a Greenville, S.C.-based housing developer with extensive experience in residential development, chose The Moore Company to be the exclusive listing and marketing agency for TownPark at BullStreet.
An entirely new downtown district conveniently located within one mile of I-126 and I-277, the 181-acre BullStreet neighborhood is home to Spirit Communications Park, awarded 2016 Ballpark of the Year by BallPark Digest and home to the Columbia Fireflies Minor League Baseball team (and new celebrity team member Tim Tebow). A perk for nearby residents and workers, the ballpark is open from 7am to dark each day as a public park with a 1/3-mile walking track around the concourse. Runners make the park a regular stop, and cross-fitters are often seen running the stairs in the stands for exercise.
The BullStreet community also includes the First Base Building office/retail complex, the largest private office building built in Columbia since 2009. The First Base Building is home to a Founders Federal Credit Union branch and ATM; TCube Solutions, a member of Capgemini Group with hundreds of insurance technology consulting employees moving in later this year; as well as Ogletree Deakins law firm, who coordinates weekly visits from the Midlands’ favorite food trucks, open to the public.
Historic renovations have been completed at the Parker Annex office building as well as the new Bakery at BullStreet building in the growing BullStreet Technology Village, home to the SOCO cowork and event space, where young professionals and innovators enjoy shared office space and social gatherings. Renovations are underway at the historic Ensor Building, where a restaurant and office will locate, and the Central Energy Facility will be the future home of the eclectic, energetic congregation of Downtown Church.