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Here’s what’s coming to the $1 billion County Square redevelopment

When finished, the 40-acre County Square redevelopment will feature shopping, dining, and entertainment, along with office and residential space.

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Let the good times roll. | Rendering via RocaPoint Partners

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It’s (almost) playtime. Developers unveiled three new tenants coming soon to the $1 billion County Square redevelopment in Downtown Greenville:

Pins Mechanical

Considered the “entertainment anchor” of the County Square development, this 24,366-sqft social destination offers duckpin bowling, 40+ pinball machines, yard games, craft beers, and classic cocktails.

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This is the first SC location for this South Florida-based restaurant. | Rendering via RocaPoint Partners

Agave Bandido

Offering a “contemporary spin on Mexican cuisine” in an “ultra-sleek and trendy setting,” this 7,000-sqft restaurant will serve creative dishes + craft cocktails, and it plans to host public and private events.

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Practice your swing as you sip craft cocktails. | Photo via RocaPoint Partners

Fairway Social

Continuing with the entertainment theme, this 9,100-sqft space features a full-service chef-driven restaurant and bar, world-class golf simulators, a putting course, and arcade games.

Other tenants

These businesses join Whole Foods Market and The Perch Kitchen & Tap as announced tenants for County Square. Lima One Capital also announced plans to expand its headquarters to County Square, creating 300 jobs. Phase I of the redevelopment, the Greenville County Administrative Complex, opened earlier this summer.

County Square developers — RocaPoint Partners — tell us they’re excited to make even more tenant announcements soon.

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