Fuller Group has designed many multi-family buildings throughout the Unites States, including apartment complexes and mixed use facilities.. In Greenville, local examples include assisted living and retail buildings in McBee Station, Larkspur apartments on Woodruff Road, and the Commons at Hampton Pinckney. Fuller has also designed multi-story residential buildings from the mountains of Kentucky to the coasts of Florida.

Multi-family has become a significant part of the built environment as people relocate to city centers in order to enjoy downtowns across America. Multifamily takes many forms and construction types and Fuller Group has experience with most all of them.

Larkspur Apartments

Constructed in 2015, this 145-unit apartment complex project included the design of housing units in addition to clubhouse, pool structures, garages, post office, and various other amenity structures. The construction utilized type V-A wood construction on post-tensioned slabs-on-grade. The 145 units were divided over seven different structures.

The dwelling units consist of two-story and three-story wood framing. The lateral force resisting system consists of wood framed shear walls with CLP’s continuous hold down system.

The site was developed by STM Acquisition & Development, and the architect was Parks-Player Architecture and Planning, LLC.

Clifton Mills

Fuller Group partnered with SGA/Narmour Wright, A GreenbergFarrow Company to redevelop the site of former textile mill Clifton Mill Number Two, located on the east side of Spartanburg. The project included 30 acres, of which 19 were dedicated as public space for a park. Residential and commercial development, as well as park and recreational improvements, were all elements of the project.

The redevelopment included four residential buildings along with a mixed-use retail and restaurant space on the waterfront. The residential structures consisted of four stories of conventional wood framing. The unique architecture, including offset wall planes and “floating” floors, made this both a challenging and rewarding design experience.