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Lakeside Lodge Clemson In Development

Nov 09, 2017 01:54PM ● By Kathleen Maris

Reservations are now being accepted for the opportunity to purchase condominiums in a resort lodge to be built on the shore of Lake Hartwell directly across from Clemson's campus.

Lakeside Lodge Clemson will feature 116 residences with a mix of studio, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom condos, and the resort will include a lobby bar with food service, a pool and hot tub, walking paths, fire pit, meeting space, and fitness facilities.

Condo owners at Lakeside Lodge Clemson also will have the option of generating income while they are away by utilizing the resort’s short-term rental program to lease their units.

“We see Lakeside Lodge as the best of both worlds. Owners can enjoy being in Clemson on game day or any other day of the year, plus they are right on Lake Hartwell with all of the amenities they could want,” said Leighton Cubbage, chairman of Allie Capital LLC, one of the developers of the project.

“And when they aren’t using their condo, we can rent it for them so they have the opportunity to generate income,” Cubbage said. “We have a similar development in Asheville that has been a big hit, and we believe Clemson is the perfect location for this project, especially with its easy access to the mountains of Western North Carolina and downtown Greenville and Anderson.”

Cubbage is part of a local team bringing Lakeside Lodge Clemson to reality. In addition to Cubbage, the development team is comprised of Allie Capital partner Steve Mudge along with Southern Resort Group and Sundog Development Company. The same team is behind three other real estate projects, including the successful Residences at Biltmore in Asheville, which is a similar condo resort project, and two residential developments – Falls at Meehan in Pendleton, South Carolina, and Creekside Village in Weaverville, North Carolina.

The developers have assembled a group of about 30 lead investors, the majority of whom are Upstate South Carolina business leaders with strong ties to Clemson University.

For more information on the reservation process, interested buyers can visit the website at The sales office, currently under construction in Tiger Plaza on Highway 123, is scheduled to open before unit sales start in late 2017.