The 44,000-sq. ft. structure will replace the current clubhouse, and is slated for completion in early 2017. The two-story, Southern-style building will include banquet and meeting facilities, a pub, dining areas, locker rooms, fitness facility, pro shop, and outdoor and terrace space.
Greenville (S.C.) Country Club has announced that it has begun construction on a new 44,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, replacing the current clubhouse, which was built in 1954. It will be the club’s fourth clubhouse in its one-hundred plus year history, and is slated for completion in early 2017.
The two-story, Southern-style clubhouse will include banquet and meeting facilities, a pub, dining areas, locker rooms, fitness facility, pro shop for the Riverside golf course as well as an abundance of outdoor and terrace space.
“This is a historic time for our club, last year we added one hundred new members so there has never been a better time to begin this project,” said Chris Riley, President. “The club is evolving and growing with the Greenville community. When the clubhouse is completed, GCC will offer an unmatched private club experience in the Upstate.”
Harper Corporation is the general contractor for the project and Chambers Group is the architecture firm.