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  1. 1. Landmark - 325 2. Camperdown Office - 250 3. BoA - 228 4. One Liberty Sq - 218 5. Towers East - 192 6. Two Liberty Sq - 174 7. One North - 173 8. One South- 170 9. Poinsett Plaza - 167 10. Aloft Hotel - 167 11. Westin Poinsett - 154 12. Camperdown Appts - 153 13. Phase One 3 - 144 14. City Hall - 141 15. McLaren - 137 16. Grand Bohemian - 133 17. Liberty
  2. Right now it's coming in through my open window; feels wonderful!
  3. Thanks. According to that, the 2020 Greenville Anderson Mauldin MSA is 932,705. The 921 above was the 2019 estimate. Looks like the MSA should go over 1MM by about 2026 or 2027 (unless there is anything to that huge growth in 2020) and the CSA should already be over 1.5MM. Greenville county, if the rate continues, will pass 600k around 2028. Also, by this estimate, the county did indeed gain about 81k since the last census, passed only by Horry's 96K.
  4. I don't think the article is well written. It starts by saying Greenville County added 25,000 last year but does not give a total pop as of 2020. It later gives an estimate for numbers from just 2010 to 2019, omitting last years estimates. It later talks about counties growing from 2010 to 2020 but gives 2019 numbers. If Greenville county grew by 55k from 2010 to 2019 and by 25k last year, that would be 80k, and a much larger percentage than 10.7, or whatever it has. It's all over the place. Interestingly, the 25k would lend creedence to the MSA figures we saw before saying Greenville M
  5. They've already been delayed, it was supposed to be released before the end of dec. Just checked and it's the 7/1/20 estimates that will be released tomorrow. I wonder if those will be baesd off of census results for 2020 as a base or just a continuation of previous estimates.
  6. The data will be a year and a half old, and not worth much. I thought it was supposed to be released tomorrow, May 4th.
  7. Was in DT Asheville today for the first time in a number of years. One thing that struck me was that DT Asheville feels MUCH smaller than DT Greenville, especially with all the expansion of DT G the past decade. Granted, I did not go on a comprehensive tour, but that really jumped out at me, where it did not in the past.
  8. Check out this post. Looks like 19 is the same as before, with 7 already earmarked for 26 total from state.
  9. Sigh. Instead of building 27 projects with 179 apts, why doesn't somebody think to consolidate a few of these and do something unique, groundbreaking, and, you know... tall?
  10. https://www.thestate.com/news/politics-government/article250973144.html 19 MM, same as the earmark for Cola's convention center remodel. Was this the same figure that was discussed before?
  11. Then the 7/1/20 estimates will be released on 5/4.
  12. IMO opinion the verdict is still out on this. There's some great things about the internet for sure, but I'm not sure it has bettered mankind.
  13. Very interested to see the release. Remember, this will just be the first round and others will be added fairly soon I think. We may well not be one of the early airports, but if GSP does not get Breeze in the first couple of rounds I will definitely be very disappointed. No Jetblue and very underserved market. CAE fits the bill for them too.
  14. Where is this taken from? I didn't know anything in Unity Park was this far along. I'm not even sure how to get to unity park.
  15. Kinda agree with this, especially with a family. Why would I spend 500 to 1000 dollars flying to Orlando or Destin (for a family) when I can drive there on a couple tanks of gas? It might save a little time, but by the time you do the airport stuff, go two hours ahead, get bags, rent a car, etc, it doesn't save much time. If it's about tourists, how come we don't have flights to more tourist places (even though we're not one, we might want to go to one)?
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