South Carolina developer looks to add 560 apartments to Four Corners
Greenville, S.C.-based Hudson Oak Development submitted plans to Polk County for 560 multi-family units in Four Corners, which has become a popular location for apartments of late.
Hudson Oak, which specializes in multifamily and for-rent single family developments often as townhomes, owns 29 acres on the west side of U.S. 27 at Poitras Road 2, across 27 from Northeast Regional Park Polk County and just south of the 55+ community of Windmill Village. The developer bought the property in 2021 for $6.3 million, according to property records.
A site plan by Dallas-based Humphreys & Partners Architects shows the development in two phases with 280 units being built in each. Hudson Oak plans 5 4-story buildings in each phase with the same breakdown for each: 92 one-bedroom, one bath at 744 square feet (SF); 44 one-bedroom, one bath at 811 SF; 32 two-bedroom, 2-bath at 1,024 SF; 80 two-bedroom, 2-bath at 1,106 SF; and 32 three-bedroom, 2 bath at 1,364 SF. Planning documents also indicate each community will have its own clubhouse, pool, community amenities and entrance.