This 3,000 square foot loft is perfect for big business or family events.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - No pets reside in this home. No pets reside in this home.
Parties/events allowed - No loud after parties with more than 20 people. No loud after parties with more than 20 people.
No smoking - Absolutely NO SMOKING at all.Absolutely NO SMOKING at all.
Max guests: 8 (sleeps up to 8 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 28
- No loud , unruly drinking parties. This is our HOME in a quiet building with other residents living and sleeping here. Please mind your noise.
- Please abide by the ONE parking space rule. Others are designated for the other unit guest, or do NOT belong to the Jordans. Ask me about extra cars.
William A Jordan
About William A Jordan
William Ashley Jordan Jr. (“Billy”) was born in 1955 to William Ashley Jordan Sr. and Hester Evelyn Smith Jordan. Luckily, I was one of four children, but was the only boy born in this family. I grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, where he attended Donaldson Elementary, League Junior High School, and Wade Hampton High School. In 1973, I attended Montreat-Anderson Junior College, in Black Mountain, North Carolina on a soccer scholarship. However, since I was an avid Clemson Tiger since birth, I transferred to Clemson University in 1974. I tried to play soccer there, but the Tiger soccer team was too good. It contended for a national championship. I joined Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. A friend in my fraternity suggested I try out for the cheerleading team. I took that advice, and cheered for Clemson in 1975 and 1976. I am a member of the Block C Club, and Tiger Brotherhood. In 1977, I graduated with a degree in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. I thought I wanted to be a park ranger, because I am also an avid lifelong hunter and fisherman. In 1977, I left South Carolina with all my worldly belongings, and moved to Massachusetts to contemplate what to do with his life. I enrolled in Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 1978, thinking that I would fish, hunt, and teach philosophy. After working in Boston inner-city churches, I applied to law school at the University of South Carolina and enrolled in 1980. During law school, I was very fortunate to work for some great lawyers and politicians, including Rex Carter, Bob Sheheen, both of them Speakers of the SC House. I also worked for the House Judiciary Committee, during SC Congressional Reapportionment. I also was fortunate to work for the McNair Law Firm and Terrell Glenn, former US attorney, and Randall T. Bell, who became one of the first judges appointed to the South Carolina Court of Appeals. In 1983, I was hired by the Honorable Falcon B. Hawkins, Chief United States District Judge for
William A Jordan purchased this Condo in 2001
Why William A Jordan chose Greenville Downtown
This beautifully appointed 3,000, square foot loft expertly blends the best of Greenville's history with the energy of our vibrant entertainment and shopping district. Close to sports and arts venues, too. Do the words LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION help you understand? This is THE ADDRESS in Greenville.
What makes this Condo unique
The Loft is within walking distance to: Shopping and Restaurants Ice Cream Parlors and Coffee Houses Clemson University Greenville Campus Liberty Bridge and Falls Park The Swamp Rabbit Trail Bon Secours Wellness Arena The Peace Center The Warehouse Theatre The South Carolina Children's Theatre The Greenville Little Theatre Greenville Swamp Rabbits Hockey Centre Stage Theatre The Children's Museum of the Upstate, The Greenville Drive Baseball/Fluor Field Greenville County Museum of Art Noma Square- Hyatt Upcountry History Museum Cafe and Then Some