These City of Greenville projects aim to improve quality of existing structures as well as add new features.
School Food Rocks founder Joe Urban signed a lease for 2,000 sqft of the Landmark Building for its new headquarters.
A ribbon cutting unveiled the newest edition to the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit trail with an entrance right in Legacy Park.
This electric vehicle manufacturer is building its first SC facility in Greenville county, and plans to open early this year.
3’s Golf — a par three golf course invested in by Justin Timberlake and 8AM Golf — revamped its Grubhouse for some “holesome” food and entertainment.
The Landmark Building will be re-branded back to its original name, the Daniel Building, and will add outdoor seating, landscaping, and and lighting.
In order to provide this affordable housing in Greenville, the property needs to be rezoned to a “flexible review district.”
In addition to Whole Foods, Agave Bandido, and Pins Mechanical, these new tenants are coming to the County Square redevelopment.
These plans for 300 E. Mcbee Ave. include adding first-floor retail, new lighting and glass, expanded sidewalks, and a ride-share drop-off to transform the historic building just one block off Main Street.
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We visited Greenville High to see this student-run Greenville Federal Credit Union branch in action.
Advantage Greenville is set to be a pivotal event, inviting industry experts, visionaries, and business leaders to network and explore the vast potential of AI and its transformative influence on the future of business.
The City of Mauldin released a shortlist of options to name the pedestrian bridge built over I-385.
With the help of this campaign, the 63-year-old Caine Halter Family YMCA plans to update the tennis courts, enhance an outdoor sports field, and create an outdoor pavilion.
We asked our readers what they’d like to see in the former Birds Fly South Ale Project in Hampton Station at 1320 Hampton Ave.
The natural + organic grocery store Sprouts Farmers Market breaks ground on its North Hills Shopping Center location in Greenville and is set to open in 2024.
The 44 townhouses proposed for the Biltmore Park development — if approved — would check boxes from the City of Greenville’s 23-year-old master plan for the area.
Together with the City of Greenville, GHF will be able to provide 549 affordable housing units to Greenville citizens.
The Eastside Family YMCA spent $2.4 million on a new sports complex to serve 4,500 local kids.
From residental property to an airplane viewing platform, these Airport District plans are sure to make your heart soar.
The Commons will soon boast new food tenants with it’s expansion into a 30,000-sqft warehouse next door.
Adams Hill is now leasing one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.
From a home plate-shaped, resort-style, saltwater pool in the heart of Greenville’s West End to complimentary beer pours, .408 Jackson has thought of everything to make its apartments your ideal home.
Featuring fitness + coworking space, the Pepsi-Cola plant will soon be Crescent One, an “epicenter for business development.”
Scuffletown Food Truck Park will feature six food trucks, a locally-focused craft beer tap wall, and entertainment for the whole family.
With state-of-the art features and professional-grade courts, this new concept will offer entertainment for the entire family.
When finished, the 40-acre County Square redevelopment will feature shopping, dining, and entertainment, along with office and residential space.
Community Hub, LLC acquired Danny Smith’s Fillin & Fixin service station with plans to create a food, beverage, and entertainment venue.
You can be a part of the strategic plan focused on green space, trails, parks, and events in Greenville, SC.
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