Romaine calm: The Greenville State Farmers Market is getting a new look

Local architects took a look back when drafting new plans for the Greenville State Farmers Market. Here’s what’s new.

A rendering of a white building with a green roof and wood accents.

A look at what is to come. | Rendering by DP3 Architects

Hello, gourd-geous. Major changes are coming to the Greenville State Farmers Market, located at 1354 Rutherford Rd.

DP3 Architects — a local firm — is working with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture on a 17,000-sqft “comprehensive renovation” project.

The design was inspired by elements of the building’s original look when it opened in 1949 + aims to create a “more efficient layout.” Plus, it will feature new elements including:

  • A modern canopy entrance
  • Glass panel garage doors
  • Concrete benches for exterior seating
  • New lighting + ceiling fans
  • Transformed bathrooms
  • New plant stands for vendors

We won’t have to wait long to see the results because the project is expected to wrap up in November.
Want to learn when to visit this market + others in and around Greenville? Check out our farmers market guide.

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