Our Vantage Point is Your Advantage
IconicThe distinctive architecture of Canvas Tower looks dramatically different from every direction, depending on your point of view. The north and south facades feature staggered walls of windows looking toward the city and mountain horizons. To the west and east, the building’s original solid brick facades stood tall as two, multi-dimensional blank canvases.
Relocate your business to Canvas Tower, destined to become a celebrated Greenville landmark, as it is reframed with a series of large-scale murals by renowned artist Guido van Helton. The murals will inspire community engagement, as they turn heads in heart of downtown Greenville toward the Heritage Green cultural arts district.
OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE
Canvas Tower is located just two blocks from Main Street at Heritage Green, the heart of the arts scene in Greenville.
Built in 1971, this iconic building was previously owned and occupied by BB&T for over four decades.
Canvas Tower has tremendous, unimpeded views of downtown Greenville, the Hampton-Pinckney Historic District, the surrounding Heritage Green Cultural District, and Paris Mountain beyond the city limits.
REIMAGINE YOUR OFFICE DOWNTOWN
With all new building systems, restrooms, and lobbies, the renovated office space will be attractive to users who wish to be downtown, have ample parking, and occupy at a price well below Class A & B competing properties.
In addition to the building’s visibility and proximity to downtown, Canvas Tower provides office space with endless flexibility, the perks of a large mixed-use development, and the commodity of onsite parking.
RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE
Located just two blocks from Greenville’s North Main Street and along two of the city’s most important thoroughfares, the 21,805 sq. ft of ground-floor commercial space is well-positioned to serve the residents of Canvas Lofts, the North Main Street business district, and the surrounding Hampton Pinckney neighborhood.
Retail space will feature 20’ ceilings, storefront glass, and architectural details that will position the building as an ideal location for restaurateurs, creative office users, and neighborhood-serving retailers.