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  1. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Don't have to; you already said everything that needs to be said!
  2. BridgeWay Station mixed use development-Mauldin, SC

    Looks like a great plan and development. Greenville' s Buckhead
  3. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Check out the change in density from the top of this pic to the bottom! I know that just out of frame at the bottom are the Erwin Penland stuff and there is some densification going on but this particular pic really shows the difference. It would be nice to have that kind of density all the way to the Church St. Bridge. Hopefully all the parking lots will be developed soon.
  4. Residence Inn/ Spring Hill Suites - Washington And Spring

    You're right, it's going up in every city but that doesn't make it look better. Unfortunately Greenville is building too much of it. I just don't like this boxy institutional modern stuff. I prefer more effort and imagination. And more classic stuff. Just a couple examples; Look at Spartanburg' s AC Hotel then look at ours. Look at Florence' s or Easley' s library, and look at ours. I don't mind some of it but there's just no variety going up right now with these hotels and appts . A couple examples of good Greenville architecture? I love the condos at the corner of Univ Ridge and Cleveland (name?), the falls/main building that went up is nice, and the hotel at S Main and Markley is nice as well ( one of the better looking modern buildings).
  5. Residence Inn/ Spring Hill Suites - Washington And Spring

    Coming right up...
  6. Residence Inn/ Spring Hill Suites - Washington And Spring

    More of the same, no creativity or imagination. Every block is going to look the same. Look at those two buildings in the second pic, looks so institutional, no charm or warmth.
  7. CONSTRUCTION THREAD: RiverWalk

    Gman is such a tease, he's going to string us along and watch us squirm...
  8. Hyatt Place Hotel-Broad and Calvin

    Looks like about 7 floors, so yeah, that's the height limit for DT.
  9. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    I am hearing that two new investors have bought this project over. Their names are Bob Ellis and Grant Peacock. "This is a major project and will not be a quick build", they are quoted as saying, "but we are hopeful any delays are temporary"
  10. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Bob Ellis, Grant Peacock, ...
  11. New downtown federal courthouse

    Not considering they've been TALKING about it for 20. I guess after 20 years of talk, 3 years of action sounds pretty quick!
  12. New downtown federal courthouse

    Looked to me like it said " summer 2018" so that could be as late as September. Hope the final rendering is something completely different, and better !
  13. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    I know, totally tongue in cheek, just thought it would be a funny mention based on how that project went.
  14. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Hopefully they're not pulling a Peacock...
  15. GSP International

    Thanks for the info! So as the end of November, GSP had 1,952,905 passengers, or an increase of +5.13% from last year. If that continues for Dec, it would end up with about 2.12MM for the year. That's steady growth. A little disheartening about JetBlue though. Still hopeful we'll see some new service this year based on the emails I got from GSP and Frontier. Frontier now serves 90% of the US population including places like CHS, and even Knoxville, and Greensboro, so I am surprised they don't already fly here. I am going to California this summer and looked GSP first but was way expensive and had terrible flight times so I'm having to go to Atl. Would prefer GSP, but needed 4 seats and will be saving about $1300, plus getting non-stop flight. More evidence we need more options.