N&H Holdings, a real estate company based in the Southeast, recently announced the purchase of Markley Station in downtown Greenville. The purchase, which closed on June 1, 2020, is located at 116 and 120 N Markley Street, and includes two buildings (consisting of 30,000+ square footage), multiple common area courtyards, and 175 parking spaces.
N&H Holdings is also the parent company of Urban Wren Winery, one of the current tenants of the space.
“As it was, Urban Wren was the largest investor in that space already, so it only made sense to buy the whole property,” said N&H Holdings’ President Don Lincoln, who is also the owner of Urban Wren. “Investing in the Greenville community was an easy decision for us, as the community has been invested in us since we put down roots here, and you can expect to see more investment from us in the future, as well.”
The property’s location in the West End, mere blocks away from Fluor Field, is the first investment for N&H Holdings in the Greenville area. As part of the vision for Markley Station’s future, Lincoln plans to become a go-to destination within the downtown area, working closely with tenants Hoppin’ Beer and Wine Tap Room and Todaro’s Pizza to provide great food, drinks, and music.
About N&H Holdings
N&H Holdings is owned by Don and Roberta Lincoln, and serves as the parent company of a number of commercial properties and restaurants in the Southeast, including Urban Wren Winery in Greenville, South Carolina, and Trail Café & Grill and Locale Eatery, located in Naples, Florida. A family business at heart, N&H Holdings was named for Don and Roberta’s two children, Nick and Heather, Who also both work within the restaurant groups.