SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Spartanburg City Council has approved the restoration of Cleveland Hall on E. Main Street.
The historic building once home to one of Spartanburg’s most prominent families will once again become a living space, according to the council.
The building was owned by Converse College for decades and was used for occasional events, the council says.
Now, the property manager says Cleveland Hall will be converted into a unique apartment complex with nine units.
The City of Spartanburg tweeted about the restoration, saying the rezoning of the Cleveland House has been approved.
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