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6 new tenants are coming to the County Square redevelopment

In addition to Whole Foods, Agave Bandido, and Pins Mechanical, these new tenants are coming to the County Square redevelopment.

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Welcome to Greenville. | Photo via RocaPoint Partners

Just when we thought Greenville couldn’t get any cooler. Six new tenants are coming to the $1 billion County Square redevelopment.

In addition to the tenants you already know about, you will find:

RocaPoint Partners — the developers of the property — say they’ve seen “enormous interest” in the project as “Greenville continues to be a market that attracts high-quality tenants.” Keep up the good work, Greenville.

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