18 new tenants are coming to The Commons

The food hall and community hub in Greenville, SC is expanding into a 30,000-sqft warehouse next door and will soon boast new food and beverage offerings along with businesses and a health and wellness organization.


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As you sip your craft beer from The Community Tap Trailside and indulge in fresh cut Golden Brown & Delicious. fries (some of our favorites in Greenville, may we add), you may notice construction surrounding The Commons, making room for 18 new tenants signing over the next few weeks.

Phase two of the food hall and community hub broke ground last month and is expected to be complete by late spring or early summer 2024.

The Parker Group, the developers behind the project, says the 30,000-sqft, two-story expansion will integrate The Commons with Unity Park and the surrounding area, and will feature:

  • Seven new food and beverage tenants: Four full-service + three quick-service (think: ice cream and juice)
  • A corridor connecting to phase one with room for pop-ups
  • 11 office spaces, including one “critical new health and wellness tenant”

It won’t stop there. Plans are already in the early stages for phase three of The Commons, and The Parker Group says there will be “so many other exciting things” when we look at The Commons in a decade.

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