The Montgomery Building

In 1923, a prominent family in Spartanburg’s textile manufacturing industry, commissioned Lockwood Greene Architects to design and oversee construction for what is now known as the Montgomery Building.

The Montgomery Building

The ten-story building on North Church Street opened for business in 1924 and was one of the first Chicago-style skyscrapers completed outside of Chicago. During its lifetime the iconic structure has supported a variety of office tenants, including Lockwood Greene’s headquarters and the BMW Manufacturing Company.

Read the full description in the SCA Magazine


Firm: McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture
Client: BF Spartanburg, LLC – James Bakker and Tom Finnegan
Location: Spartanburg, SC
Photo: Atlantic Archives, Inc.

Share this project:
Share on Pinterest
Related projects
All Projects