The residential community will maintain elements of the former historic site in its design.

Colliers International Brokerage Associate Ralph Settle (pictured) represented Alabama-based development company Arlington Properties, Inc. in the purchase of 6 acres at Bon Haven, the site of a former historic home in downtown Spartanburg. The property, located at the corner of N. Church Street and Asheville Highway, was sold for $2.4 million.

Bon Haven is the former site of the Cleveland Family ancestral home, which was torn down in 2017.

The developer, Arlington Properties, Inc., is a family-owned multifamily developer with local ties, having built a number of apartment communities across the Southeast including three in Greenville: Velo Verde, Tapestry Park at Hollingsworth and Trailside at Reedy Point. Mark Stuermann, the Executive Vice President of Development and manager of the Bon Haven project, is a Spartanburg native.