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Mr. Benjamin Hines R.

President

Spencer/Hines Properties Inc

Direct Phone: (864) ***-**** ext. ***       

Spencer/Hines Properties Inc

380 South Pine Street

Spartanburg, South Carolina 29302

United States

Company Description

Spencer/Hines Properties, located in the Upstate of South Carolina, is the leading commercial real estate firm in the greater Spartanburg area. The firm commands a substantial percentage of the surrounding area's commercial real estate market due to its d... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
First National Bank of the South

Committee
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CITIZENS ADVISORY

Board Member for Advisory Committee
Pine Street Ymca

Board Member
CCIMNet

Board Member
Mary Black Hospital Advisory Committee

Member, Eastern Regional Advisory Board
American Federal Bank

Education

Bachelor's Degree
Economics
Wofford College

Web References (70 Total References)


Ben Hines, president of ...

www.goupstate.com [cached]

Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.

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Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."
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Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores. More people and more businesses feed off each other, he said.
4. Mast General Store. Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg.
"If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.
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That's the city of Spartanburg," longtime County Councilman David Britt said.Recently, the new $2.7 million Hub City Co­-op grocery store opened at 176 N. Liberty St., offering healthy food, fresh produce and specialty products not carried in chain stores.Also happening is construction of the $20 million, 10-story AC Hotel by Marriott at the corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue.And the potential redevelopment of the 10-story Montgomery Building could bring 92 apartments and several new restaurants and retail establishments to downtown.Mandy Merck, with the city of Spartanburg, said it has always been her dream for downtown Spartanburg to have a man-made river or water feature "that would run right by our beautiful new hotel."Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.
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She also would like to see a German-style biergarten, more breweries and a drafthouse cinema - possibly in the Montgomery building.Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."Wayne Seese of The Inn on Main of Spartanburg said a restaurant like Zoes Kitchen in Greenville with its Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations would do well here.Ice cream parlors were also suggested.
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Teter said downtown needs more apartments, "housing units that are affordable for young people, in the $500 to $750 range."Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores.
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Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg."If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.


Ben Hines, president of ...

www.goupstate.com [cached]

Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.

...
Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."
...
Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores. More people and more businesses feed off each other, he said.
4. Mast General Store. Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg.
"If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.
...
That's the city of Spartanburg," longtime County Councilman David Britt said.Recently, the new $2.7 million Hub City Co­-op grocery store opened at 176 N. Liberty St., offering healthy food, fresh produce and specialty products not carried in chain stores.Also happening is construction of the $20 million, 10-story AC Hotel by Marriott at the corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue.And the potential redevelopment of the 10-story Montgomery Building could bring 92 apartments and several new restaurants and retail establishments to downtown.Mandy Merck, with the city of Spartanburg, said it has always been her dream for downtown Spartanburg to have a man-made river or water feature "that would run right by our beautiful new hotel."Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.
...
She also would like to see a German-style biergarten, more breweries and a drafthouse cinema - possibly in the Montgomery building.Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."Wayne Seese of The Inn on Main of Spartanburg said a restaurant like Zoes Kitchen in Greenville with its Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations would do well here.Ice cream parlors were also suggested.
...
Teter said downtown needs more apartments, "housing units that are affordable for young people, in the $500 to $750 range."Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores.
...
Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg."If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.


Ben Hines, president of ...

www.goupstate.com [cached]

Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.

...
Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."
...
Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores. More people and more businesses feed off each other, he said.
4. Mast General Store. Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg.
"If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.
...
That's the city of Spartanburg," longtime County Councilman David Britt said.Recently, the new $2.7 million Hub City Co­-op grocery store opened at 176 N. Liberty St., offering healthy food, fresh produce and specialty products not carried in chain stores.Also happening is construction of the $20 million, 10-story AC Hotel by Marriott at the corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue.And the potential redevelopment of the 10-story Montgomery Building could bring 92 apartments and several new restaurants and retail establishments to downtown.Mandy Merck, with the city of Spartanburg, said it has always been her dream for downtown Spartanburg to have a man-made river or water feature "that would run right by our beautiful new hotel."Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.
...
She also would like to see a German-style biergarten, more breweries and a drafthouse cinema - possibly in the Montgomery building.Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."Wayne Seese of The Inn on Main of Spartanburg said a restaurant like Zoes Kitchen in Greenville with its Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations would do well here.Ice cream parlors were also suggested.
...
Teter said downtown needs more apartments, "housing units that are affordable for young people, in the $500 to $750 range."Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores.
...
Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg."If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.


Ben Hines, president of ...

www.goupstate.com [cached]

Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.

...
Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."
...
Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores. More people and more businesses feed off each other, he said.
4. Mast General Store. Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg.
"If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.
...
That's the city of Spartanburg," longtime County Councilman David Britt said.Recently, the new $2.7 million Hub City Co­-op grocery store opened at 176 N. Liberty St., offering healthy food, fresh produce and specialty products not carried in chain stores.Also happening is construction of the $20 million, 10-story AC Hotel by Marriott at the corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue.And the potential redevelopment of the 10-story Montgomery Building could bring 92 apartments and several new restaurants and retail establishments to downtown.Mandy Merck, with the city of Spartanburg, said it has always been her dream for downtown Spartanburg to have a man-made river or water feature "that would run right by our beautiful new hotel."Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.
...
She also would like to see a German-style biergarten, more breweries and a drafthouse cinema - possibly in the Montgomery building.Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."Wayne Seese of The Inn on Main of Spartanburg said a restaurant like Zoes Kitchen in Greenville with its Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations would do well here.Ice cream parlors were also suggested.
...
Teter said downtown needs more apartments, "housing units that are affordable for young people, in the $500 to $750 range."Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores.
...
Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg."If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.


Ben Hines, president of ...

www.goupstate.com [cached]

Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.

...
Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."
...
Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores. More people and more businesses feed off each other, he said.
4. Mast General Store. Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg.
"If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.
...
That's the city of Spartanburg," longtime County Councilman David Britt said.Recently, the new $2.7 million Hub City Co­-op grocery store opened at 176 N. Liberty St., offering healthy food, fresh produce and specialty products not carried in chain stores.Also happening is construction of the $20 million, 10-story AC Hotel by Marriott at the corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue.And the potential redevelopment of the 10-story Montgomery Building could bring 92 apartments and several new restaurants and retail establishments to downtown.Mandy Merck, with the city of Spartanburg, said it has always been her dream for downtown Spartanburg to have a man-made river or water feature "that would run right by our beautiful new hotel."Ben Hines, president of Spencer/Hines Properties, sees some similarities to what downtown Greenville was before exploding into one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the country.
...
She also would like to see a German-style biergarten, more breweries and a drafthouse cinema - possibly in the Montgomery building.Hines suggested sports bars and "some upscale restaurants - places where businessmen and women can go for a night out as well as business lunches."Wayne Seese of The Inn on Main of Spartanburg said a restaurant like Zoes Kitchen in Greenville with its Mediterranean-inspired culinary creations would do well here.Ice cream parlors were also suggested.
...
Teter said downtown needs more apartments, "housing units that are affordable for young people, in the $500 to $750 range."Hines said more people living downtown will mean more foot traffic and a greater demand for stores.
...
Hines said Mast General Store, with locations in Asheville, N.C, Greenville and Columbia, could be a boon to Spartanburg."If we could get a Mast here that would be awesome," he said.

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