Tomorrow is the first day of 2021, and with the New Year comes new projects, plans, and amendments to our ever-changing skyline. And after the year we just had, it’s no surprise that Greenville is jonesin’ for something new to look forward to – development-wise that is.
So without further ado, here are 10 upcoming developments you can look forward to this coming year right here in Greenville.
Grand Bohemian | 13 E. Camperdown Way
Greenville’s very own Grand Bohemian Hotel will boast 187 guest rooms, a full spa, and a restaurant + bar that overlook Falls Park and the Reedy River. This has been a challenging site for crews to develop as it is close to the river and has a steep grade. This new hotel in the heart of downtown is expected to open summer 2021.
Camperdown + Juniper | 305 S. Main St.
This project has “set the new scale” for future development in Greenville. There is a lot happening on this four acre property including a 600-space parking garage, 100,000 sq. ft. of retail + restaurant space, 196 hotel rooms, and much more. A grand staircase (and elevator) connects the development to a riverwalk you can take all the way into Falls Park. ICYMI – Table 301 is opening a new restaurant in this development + Juniper will be a highly anticipated rooftop bar. Parts of the Camperdown development are already complete and open to the public with most of the remaining pieces coming early 2021. And, rumor has it, Camperdown is set to be home to a new Jeni’s Ice Cream.
Eagle Mountain Winery | 2330, SC-11, Landrum
Opening in early 2021, Eagle Mountain Winery is a boutique winery located near Landrum on Highway 11 modeled after Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards in Virginia, with George Bursick serving as director of winemaking. With an outdoor sculpture garden, future winemaker dinners, and more, this much-anticipated winery is sure to be a big hit this year.
Federal Courthouse | Carroll A. Campbell Federal Courthouse
This new federal courthouse will house seven courtrooms + nine judges’ chambers. The building has a reinforced concrete structural frame, as federal buildings are required to be blast resistant ever since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995. There are three travel paths in the building – one for the public, one for judges, and one for prisoners. The traditional millwork that is so prominent in courtrooms (think judge’s bench, desks, etc.) will be made of walnut + is coming all the way from Canada. All federal buildings also traditionally have an artwork component, so this building, which is scheduled to be complete summer 2021, will feature a series of mosaics depicting the old mills from around our area.
Holland Park | 813 Laurens Rd.
A new 12-acre mixed-use development is coming to Laurens Road, and it’s bringing Charleston-based Home Team BBQ + Double Stamp Brewery with them. Both of these new spots are scheduled to open by summer 2021, and you can read more about what exactly they’re serving up here.
Hammett Street Market | 23 Victor St.
This 30,000 sq. ft. modern food hall (about half the size of a football field) will sit adjacent to the former American Spinning Mill – which will be converted into 280 Class-A apartments during Phase One of development. The development has space for a brewery or taproom and eleven restaurants or food vendors and is scheduled to open fall 2021. Read more about the history of the building and see renderings here.
Easley Silos | 122 Folger Ave., Easley
This new development coming to Easley in 2021 will be an accessible place to dine + enjoy for folks of all backgrounds. The Silos will house Inky’s Authentic Cheesesteaks and Hoagies, Silos Brewery, Belladina’s Pizzeria, and Pink Mama’s Ice Cream. The work on this project is being led by owner of Inky’s, Stacey Desrosiers, and her husband. The Doodle Trail will also feed directly into The Silos’ outdoor dining area.
Woodside Mill | County Road 845
With an anticipated opening date in early 2021, Woodside Mill is being transformed into a 307-unit luxury apartment complex. This building is the largest in the Woodside community, and there is also talk of adding a local brewery or co-op grocery store on the property.
Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum | Field St. + S. Markley St.
Earlier this year, the Shoeless Joe Jackson Baseball Museum and Library moved 100 yards from 356 Field St. to the corner of Markley and Field in order to make way for .408 Jackson – a luxury apartment complex + mixed use development named in honor of Greenville’s baseball legend, Shoeless Joe Jackson (.408 is Jackson’s rookie batting average, the highest in the MLB). With a new 850 sq. ft. annex for staff offices, a gift shop, etc., the museum should be reopening in 2021 with .408 Jackson following in 2022.
Overbrook Village | 1503 East North St.
At the corner of East North Street + Chestnut Street, this mixed-use development, that is expected to be complete in the first half of 2021, will border the Overbrook Historic District and Greenline-Spartanburg Neighborhood. Overbrook Village will feature three commercial retail spaces, including C.O.R.E Grow Strong, plus eight townhomes, starting at $369,000.