Spartanburg County growth continues to boom with new housing developments


Two new subdivisions will continue to add to the housing boom in Greer continuing a record 2016.

The 521 housing starts in 2016 were the most ever recorded, overwhelming the 435 reported in 2003. Greer had 290 housing starts in 2015 and 230 in 2014.

2016 permit evaluations were $284.8 million, more than double of the $123.6 million in permit evaluations in 2015.

Mayfield Crossing is planning for 90 lots at Abner Creek Road and Gin House Road. Mark III Properties of Spartanburg will develop the subdivision on 35.69 acres.

The Reidville Fire Department will serve the subdivision and Greer CPW will be the sewer and water source.

Oneal Village, Phase 4, is planning 179 townhomes with 20 units on Oneal Church Road.

The Randolph Group of Greenville will develop the subdivision

The sewer district will be served by Greer CPW and the water source will be Blue Ridge Water.

Jim Fair
Jim is founder and publisher of, a daily news medium serving the Greater Greer area and the executive editor emeritus of The CLUTCH. Jim attended Furman University and worked most of his career at the Spartanburg Herald-Journal (a New York Times company) as Sports Editor and Business Editor. He was co-founder of the New York Times Regional Sports Group consisting of 14 properties and planned and staffed major event coverage including Winter and Summer Olympics and all major sports.

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