A brand new commercial development in Greenville brings tenants from the wellness and health space to create the “wellness campus” concept that is unique for the Upstate.

Basecamp is described as a community that collaborates medical practices, fitness studios as well as a restaurant that could be built and more. The site will be “supporting every aspect in health” According to creators of the.

It is situated in Laurens Road at the corner of Blair Street, the campus is the brainchild by David Jolson, founder of Upstate Spine and Sport, and Mary Brittain Blankenship who founded Spruce MD Integrative Medicine, both of whom will act as anchor tenants for the facility.

“The the way we see it, someone could go to campus and receive an acupuncture treatment, have an espresso with their friends or a nutritious bite to eat, and then visit their physician or dietician, and maybe receive an acupuncture treatment, and then to the gym,” Jolson said. “Or any combination of these. We’re creating a space that will allow people to take advantage of it while helping local businesses and improving their overall well-being and health.”

Construction has already begun with the campus scheduled to be open in autumn. Alongside both anchor tenants Alloy the personal trainer has joined the campus, as have three additional tenants to be confirmed.

The idea of a wellness center was born from the notion of creating a truly health center within Greenville however, Jolson as well as Blankenship both of whom were developers prior to launching this endeavor, realized an area that had a common health-related theme could meet the goal of allowing every business to operate on its own.

“Spruce Integrative Medicine has been among the top in the nation when it comes to integrative medicine is concerned,” Jolson said, “and we don’t want to blow our self-promotion We’re pretty distinctive in our work in addition. Therefore, we believed that we had distinctive clinics and companies. We will never be able to perform what they do at the same level as they do and vice versa, therefore it was logical to have everyone control over how we handle people, while maintaining this fundamental vision of a common community.”

Tenants include

The Upstate Spine and Sport

The pain relief and performance clinic is a clinic that offers treatments from chiropractors massage therapists, stretch therapists, and acupuncturists. The clinic is an official Team chiropractor for Furman University, the Greenville Drive, Hincapie and the Greenville Triumph. The clinic is specialized on treating low back injuries, sciatica, neck pain, headaches and shoulder pain.

Spruce MD Integrative Medicine

The alternative medical approach concentrates on nutrition and wellbeing, using non-invasive treatments as often as is possible. Its name is “Integrative Medicine,” is the process of combining conventional and alternative treatments to treat chronic diseases.

Aloy Personal Training

The gym’s specialization offers private training in groups for over 30 years, and focuses on creating unique workout routines that are suitable for at all levels of fitness. Instead of hiring a private trainer for a one-on-one training session smaller groups get the same attention as an individual trainer, while keeping the energy of an environment that is class-like.

Space available

Three spaces within the community remain open which includes a 1,500-square foot space and a space that is 2,000 square feet and a 2,240-square-foot area.