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Camperdown developer sells The Greenville News building. Here’s who bought it.

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GREENVILLE — The space constructed for The Greenville News will soon be occupied by a human resources consulting firm, which plans to remove the newspaper’s logo from the building.

Camperdown’s developer, Centennial American Properties, sold The Greenville News building to a limited liability company registered by Tee Hooper, the co-owner of Find Great People, in late June.

Find Great People, a recruiting agency based in Greenville, announced July 9 that it plans to relocate its headquarters to the former Greenville News building by summer 2025. 

Until then, The Greenville News — which offered its building up for sublease at the beginning of this year — will continue to occupy a portion of the office space, according to FGP.

The Greenville News has occupied the building since 2017, when its parent company, Gannett, signed a 10-year commitment to lease what was the first building constructed in the Camperdown development.

“The Greenville News has been a landmark in our community for decades, and we are grateful for the opportunity to move into this cornerstone building,” FGP’s CEO John Uprichard said in a press release.

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