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#YeahTHATAgenda: New Haywood Rd Multi-Family, Jim Hodges on Trump's Tariffs, Mega-Millions Mystery, Marijuana-Tobacco Co-Use

Feb 25, 2019 09:31AM ● By Chris Haire
A new multi-family development, The Abbey, is planned for 15 acres on Haywood Road. To be built by Atlanta-based developers, Core Property Capital, the complex would feature 240 units and would be across the street from Papa's and Beer. Core Property Capital recently submitted an application for a land development permit from the CIty of Greenville. The Greenville Planning Commission will discuss the project at its Feb. 28 meeting.

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50 Most Influential
S.C. market president

David Lominack is South Carolina Market President for TD Bank and is responsible for commercial banking throughout the state. TD has continued its expansion across South Carolina and the regional hub on I-85 in Greenville now employees over 1,800 colleagues that support the organization from Maine to Florida. Lominack has been the driving force for TD’s significant community engagement across the state through its support of organizations and events such as TD Saturday Market, Artisphere, Metropolitan Arts Council, and the International African American Museum. 

As a stalwart community supporter, Lominack has served on the boards of many organizations across the state. Currently, he is chair of the board for United Way of Greenville County and an executive committee member for the S.C. Chamber of Commerce. He is also a board member for Peace Center and Greenville Health System. 

Lominack is also a Liberty Fellow and a graduate of Leadership Greenville and the Diversity Leadership Initiative at the Riley Institute at Furman.