The Montgomery Building
Welcome to the newly renovated Montgomery Building. Centrally located in the heart of downtown Spartanburg one block from Morgan Square, residences of the iconic Montgomery Building are surrounded by a world of arts, culture, learning, restaurants and businesses. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this restored landmark features Sidewall Pizza Restaurant, Pharmacy Coffee Shop, boutiques, office spaces, 63 spacious studio apartments and one- and two-bedroom apartments on floors 4-10. Each downtown apartment ranges in size between 471 SF to 1,350 SF and mixes original architectural elements with high-end modern amenities. Parking is readily available in the adjacent Saint John Street garage.
Built in 1924, The Montgomery Building was designed by Lockwood Greene & Company. The Montgomery family, for whom the building was named, was a leader of the post-1920s textile industry for over 150 years. In addition to cotton broker and factory offices, it housed a radio station and historic theatre, which featured an interior box office, balcony and thirty-six-foot proscenium. Until the 1950s, this Chicago skeletal frame construction skyscraper was Spartanburg’s tallest building.