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Developers will be answering questions about these major projects in Greenville

While the City of Greenville holds Project Planning Meetings every month, it seems the June agenda is chock-full of forthcoming major projects in Greenville.

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What do you want to see in the “Baby Bi-Lo?"| Photo by Google Maps

Pro tip: Every month, the City of Greenville hosts a Project Preview Meeting for Greenvillians to learn about upcoming developments going through the city’s approval process. This month’s open house is Tuesday, June 25 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Prisma Health Welcome Center at Unity Park (with a special presentation to follow from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.).

This month’s meeting features a stacked lineup of projects in progress. Here are five you need to know about:

Baby Bi-Lo

The “Baby Bi-Lo,” which has sat vacant for ~10 years will begin the rezoning process with a special presentation and Q+A beginning at 6 p.m. Developers want to rezone the property, which would open the door for a taller mixed-use development to go in its place.

Mosaic

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Mosaic developers say 20% of the housing will be for the workforce.

Rendering by LS3P

Developers want to build a “a mixed-use, mixed-income community with a goal to increase the city’s supply of affordable housing.” The development will feature three, five-story buildings on the lots between South Academy Street, North Calhoun Street, Perry Avenue, and Ware Street featuring:

  • 19,000 sqft of space for commercial and grocer tenants
  • 231 apartments
  • 8,500 sqft of indoor tenant amenities
  • Two levels of underground parking

Greenville Gateway

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An updated look at the Greenville Gateway.

Renderings by Johnston Design Group

The developers behind the 29-story + 24-story towers proposed for the former Greenville Memorial Auditorium site are looking for updated approval on its designs, including what materials it plans to use on the new tower.

Brixton Hall Hotel

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This boutique hotel has been in the works for two years.

Rendering via Beauxwright

Developers of this 92-room hotel proposed in the West End at the corner of Pendleton and Mallard Streets are seeking Design Review Board approval for its designs.

Birnie Street Townhomes

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A look at what could be on Birnie Street.

Photo via Seamon Whiteside

Along Birnie Street, near Gower Place, developers want to build 25 townhomes.

Read through the full agenda.

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