Hartness Announces new Director and Project Coordinator for Hartness Construction

(Greenville, S.C.) – Hartness, a new 444-acre urban village founded by the Hartness family and located on Greenville’s Eastside, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lee Humrickhouse as director of Hartness Construction and Madison Lindsay-Smith as project coordinator. Humrickhouse will be responsible for supervising and leading the construction process, while Lindsay-Smith will help coordinate project objectives and deadlines. Hartness Construction was created to help meet demand and accelerate growth of Hartness and specializes in bringing Master Planner and Designer Lew Oliver’s innovative vision and home designs to life for buyers who prefer to purchase a move-in ready home.

“Lee’s experience in luxury homes will be a tremendous asset to Hartness Construction, and we are thrilled to welcome him to the team,” said Sean Hartness, CEO of Hartness Development and Hartness Construction. “Under his leadership, we are confident that our homes will continue to deliver exceptional quality, craftmanship and attention to detail, all of which are hallmarks of Hartness. We are also pleased to welcome Madison and look forward to her contributions to Hartness Construction.”

Humrickhouse brings decades of construction and management experience to Hartness Construction, most recently as owner of Humrickhouse Signature Homes. As owner and operator, he supervised and managed daily operations of the high-end, luxury homes business, which specializes in new construction, remodeling and renovations. Humrickhouse began his career by founding and operating a landscape irrigation company, and he moved into custom construction when he joined Raisor Custom Homes, where he served as project and field operations manager.

Lindsay-Smith is a graduate of Clemson University and also comes to Hartness Construction from Humrickhouse Signature Homes, where she brought efficiency and organization to day-to-day business operations.

Hartness Construction offers finely crafted homes that appeal to most any family by incorporating a thoughtful blend of homesites and homes of varying sizes and design all located throughout Hartness, which for three generations has welcomed friends and relatives of the Hartness family. The Hartness family long envisioned transforming their homestead into a community built to last for future generations, and the result is a vibrant village thoughtfully created in a traditional neighborhood design. More than a collection of beautiful homes, Hartness is a quaint, pedestrian-friendly community embracing authentic architecture, natural and built amenities, land preservation and a mixed-use village center.


About Hartness
Hartness is a new 444-acre urban village offering residences and homesites connected by lush pathways, green streets and community gathering spaces. It also boasts unique amenities including the Grand Lawn, the Sports Garden, a fitness center, 15 miles of outdoor trails throughout the development’s 175 undeveloped acres, and many sparkling lakes and ponds. Additional amenities will include tennis courts, a community clubhouse, and multiple resort-style pools. Located within the village and opening for Hartness residents and the public alike to enjoy will be The Village Center, home to a variety of specialty retail shops and casual and fine dining, and Hotel Hartness. Hartness sits between South Highway 14 and Garlington Road and is conveniently located on Greenville’s urban edge adjacent to the I-85 corridor, ten miles from downtown and five miles from GSP Airport. For more information on Hartness, visit www.hartnessliving.com.

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