Whole Foods announced as an anchor tenant in the County Square redevelopment

Whole Foods Market joins the County Square administrative complex as an anchor tenant at the downtown Greenville, SC redevelopment.

Rendering of County Square and Whole Foods Market in Greenville, SC

One step closer to making County Square whole. | Rendering via RocaPoint Partners

Downtown Greenville is getting a little more organic.

Whole Foods Market, a natural and organic food retailer, will be an anchor tenant in the $1 billion County Square redevelopment on University Ridge.

This standalone Whole Foods will join five other locations across the state, with the closest located on Woodruff Road in Greenville.

The County Square redevelopment — also anchored by Greenville County’s administrative complex — has been in progress since February 2020 and could take ~10 years to complete.

By the time it’s finished, it will feature restaurants and shops, office space, and multi-family housing — stay tuned for future tenant announcements.

Learn more about the redevelopment and get a peek at the county’s new space in the Greenville Journal.

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