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Together with the City of Greenville, GHF will be able to provide 549 affordable housing units to Greenville citizens.
Coinciding with MAC’s 50th anniversary, the trustees of the Graham Foundation awarded the arts fund its largest single donation to support its artist grant program and SmartARTS educational partnership.
With state-of-the art features and professional-grade courts, this new concept will offer entertainment for the entire family.
Eat and Drink
Join the ~2,000 volunteers it takes to run your favorite fall festival in downtown Greenville, SC.
From snacks to sips, Greenville has something to satisfy your fall sweet tooth.
Whether you prefer biscuits plain, smothered in gravy, or as a sandwich, we put together a list of the best biscuits in the Upstate.
Donating all proceeds to GOAT, a non-profit helping underserved kids, Mountain Goat is making a difference, one authentic Belgian waffle at a time.
Travel and Outdoors
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Prepare for fall weather in Greenville, SC with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
This boutique hotel features ~50 works of art from local and regional artists across different mediums, making Hotel Hartness an unexpected local gallery.
The three designs from a local muralist feature landmarks, icons, and colors that are uniquely TR.
Real Estate
If you’re a fan of beautiful, historic, and unique homes around our city, you’ll want to give @homesofgvl — a new real estate account — a follow.
From residental property to an airplane viewing platform, these Airport District plans are sure to make your heart soar.
Featuring fitness + coworking space, the Pepsi-Cola plant will soon be Crescent One, an “epicenter for business development.”
When finished, the 40-acre County Square redevelopment will feature shopping, dining, and entertainment, along with office and residential space.
No longer needing the “Yeah, THAT Greenville” branding, Visit Greenville’s new campaign is “This is the life, this is Greenville.”
From a tailgate produce market to one of the regions best, the Greenville State Farmers Market makes shopping local easy.
John Warren, a veteran, local entrepreneur, and former candidate for Governor, has written a book about his experience in Iraq following the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2011.
Known today for its hiking trails, Paris Mountain played a significant role in Greenville’s history.

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