Breeaunna Hall Named Community Manager of Judson Mill Community Innovation Hub

Greenville, South Carolina – The Jud Hub, a collaborative social innovation hub located in the historic Judson Mill District, has tapped Breeaunna Hall as its Community Manager. An Upstate South Carolina native with extensive experience in various management roles, Hall is charged with leading the hub of social innovators at Judson Mill and beyond.

"I am excited to plant seeds of hope, success, happiness, and love into the Jud Hub, and Judson Mill community,” Hall said. “The Jud Hub’s mission to connect non-profits and socially minded for-profit companies with its community is inspiring. I’m honored to be part of such a rewarding organization.”

As Community Manager of the Jud Hub, Hall will oversee the 18,000 square-foot space and work with community leaders in Greenville to collaborate on resources, events, and programming that benefit the greater neighborhood and nonprofit membership at Jud Hub.

Additionally, she will serve as the main point of contact for leasing space in the Jud Hub.

The Jud Hub is a member of Founded Communities – an impact-driven co-working management and consulting firm that works with community leaders, policy makers, private developers, and universities to use innovation spaces and programming as a means for economic and community impact.

“We are thrilled to have Breeaunna on the Jud Hub team,” said Jason Widen, founding partner and CEO of Raleigh Founded, a company attached to Founded Communities that helped create the coworking space. “Breeaunna brings extensive experience as a property manager and a passion for community building. We look forward to working with her to support both social and economic impact in the Greenville community.”

Hall comes to the Jud Hub with experience in multiple industries, including property management, health care, and banking. An active member in her community, she has previously volunteered at Meals on Wheels, Share Head Start, and the Anderson County Veterans Affairs office.

The Jud Hub opened summer 2022 and is home to tenants such as Greenville Connects, Collective Entertainment Company, SoKrispyMedia, Better Growth, River Falls Spa, and The CommunityWorks Learning Center.

Jud Hub is a collaborative, inclusive shared workspace offering resources and community connections to nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, and mission-driven companies. Jud Hub offers affordable office leasing options and coworking memberships. Benefits include access to reservable meeting rooms, special event space, pro-bono professional assistance, and intentional programming for member needs. For more information, visit www.judhub.com.

Judson Mill District is a sustainable and vibrant mixed-use community offering soulful city living in Greenville, SC. Once the largest textile mill in Greenville County and an integral part of Greenville’s Mill Crescent wrapping the city’s west side, Judson Mill District is now home to office, restaurant, brewery, retail, entertainment, and residential spaces. In 2017, Taft Family Ventures, a distinguished real estate investment and development firm based in Greenville, NC, joined with Belmont Sayre, a privately held real estate investment and development company based in Chapel Hill, NC, to transform the historic 800,000-square-foot textile mill that closed in 2015. While maintaining its vision to preserve the soul, spirit, and features of the historic mill, Judson Mill District utilizes a sustainable approach in revitalizing its 36-acre campus, which now fosters a vibrant and affordable community where people live, work, and play. For more information on Judson Mill District, visit judsonmilldistrict.com or contact James McKay, Senior Associate Retail at james.mckay@avisonyoung.com (864) 747-5627 or Ned Reynolds, Vice President Office at ned.reynolds@avisonyoung.com (336) 260-3148.


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