This is one of the properties and one of the opportunities that Heart of Boiling Springs is deeply interested and involved in.
Spartanburg County could soon get a multimillion-dollar lifestyle center.
Officials for Spartanburg School District 2 have made the decision to shop a 64-acre site near the heart of the bustling Boiling Springs community in hopes of attracting new retail, food, residential, and recreational opportunities.
The site is situated off Highway 9 between Double Bridge and Old Furnace Roads. It is currently home to Boiling Springs High School’s Ninth Grade Campus, the district’s maintenance and transportation facilities, a bus parking lot, and the Upstate Family Resource Center in the former Boiling Springs Middle School.
“This is a great opportunity,” said Scott Mercer, superintendent for District 2. “We think it’s going to be a good development—something that will benefit the community and something the community will be very proud of.”
District officials have selected Ben Hines and Andy Hayes, partners of Spartanburg-based commercial realty firm Spencer/Hines Properties, as the exclusive listing agents for the property.