• A Step Up
    From Downtown

    Urban apartment living at the edge of Greenville's famous greenways.

  • Meet up
    on Main Street

    Where else is "downtown" as friendly as "hometown"?

  • Your Getaway?
    Two Minutes Away.

    Only two minutes to miles of greenway on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

  • Sunshine's Here.
    Take a Break.

    From baseball games to street festivals, outdoor entertainment surrounds you.

  • Take it
    a New Level

    Enjoy Greenville skyline views with your friends at South Ridge's outdoor veranda.

  • Celebrate

    The Saturday Market on Main Street is in your neighborhood.



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November 14, 2014

11-15 | America Recycles Day

The average American generates 4.4 pounds of trash per day, adding to the grand total of about 251 million tons of trash the United States accumulates a year. Make a difference in the Greenville community this Saturday, Nov. 15 by participating in America Recycles Day. With the national recycling rate slightly above 34 percent, Americans have the opportunity to capture more materials for recycling by read more


October 15, 2014

Congratulations to South Ridge Apartments Architect!

Congratulations to South Ridge apartments architect Ron Harwick of JHP Architecture/Urban Design for being inducted into Builder Magazine′s elite William S. Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence. In addition to South Ridge apartments, Harwick and JHP have worked with our developer, The Beach Company, on multiple other projects in South Carolina and Georgia, including Central Square at Watermark, The Boulevard and Riviera at Seaside in Mt. Pleasant, Parks at read more


September 3, 2014

This Neighborhood was made for Walking

By now we all know that staying active keeps us healthy, but did you know that living in a walkable neighborhood not only improves health, but also safety and social life? A new review of hundreds of articles and studies has found that compact, walkable neighborhoods (CWD) like South Ridge do just that. The study published in the August issue of Housing Policy Debate found read more