Home to some of the most renowned corporations on the planet, strong local schools, seven colleges and universities and with a climate that boasts four beautiful seasons, Spartanburg County is one of the fastest growing and most desirable places to live in the Southeast. Montgomery Development Group is doing its part to both preserve what makes Spartanburg special and build a stronger community.
Montgomery Development Group is at the forefront of Spartanburg’s residential building boom, with a number of infill projects that have provided much-needed increased density in and adjacent to the city limits. From the Drayton Mills project to the Northside Townhomes and the upcoming redevelopment of the former Mary Wright Elementary School on the city’s Southside, Montgomery Development Group has added more than 500 units to the city’s housing stock in recent years.
At Montgomery Development, we don’t just look at the vertical construction of our projects. We also strive to incorporate important horizontal connections between our properties and the rest of the community. We are committed to building trails whenever possible. To date, that has resulted in more than 30 miles of walking and biking trails and trail connections. We believe building trails helps to build a stronger, more cohesive community.
Inclusionary zoning is a novel concept in many communities and for many developers. Montgomery Development Group was the first Spartanburg-based developer to embrace the idea. Both our Northside Townhomes and Mary Wright Elementary School adaptive reuse projects will include both market-rate and affordable units, ensuring people of all income levels and longtime local residents will not be “priced out” of these communities.