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About adrockc2

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    Greenville, SC
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    Music. History. Cities. HTML. Food.

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  1. adrockc2

    The Gateway Site

    Anything would be an improvement but I think this would be the perfect spot for a soccer stadium.
  2. Who peed in the DRBs corn flakes?
  3. I predict a pedestrian bridge/tunnel for crossing Academy as part of any new development.
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    The West End

    Green Monster seating!!!!! More images in article.
  5. Awesome! I noticed the drive thru windows.Thanks.
  6. Oops. I meant to post this under Easley/Powdersville Developments.
  7. Anyone know what is happening at any of the 3 parcels off of 123? There is construction or demo work going on at 2 former gas stations and the old Long John Silver's location.
  8. http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/money/business/2015/06/30/camperdown-development-air/29537591/ Uh-oh Camperdown development up in the air Rudolph Bell, [email protected]:03 p.m. EDT June 30, 2015 CONNECT 2TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Trammell Crow Co., the national developer that had planned to buy The Greenville News property, has backed out of the deal, throwing into question previously announced plans to redevelop the prominent site and change the face of downtown. Another developer that was working with Trammell Crow, however, Centennial American Properties of Greenville, said it was continuing to pursue plans for the massive Camperdown development. "We think it's a good project," Brody Glenn, Centennial American's president, told The Greenville News on Tuesday. "It's the right project for Greenville. It's a viable project to get done." Glenn said he wasn't at liberty to say more. Dallas-based Trammell Crow had signed a contract to buy the site of nearly four acres along Main Street from Gannett Company Inc., parent company of The Greenville News. Dave Neill, the newspaper's president and publisher, said Trammell Crow exercised its right to terminate the contract. Neill said other parties have expressed an interest in buying the property, but he declined to identify them. "We don't have a buyer, but we have some interested parties," Neill said. The Trammell Crow executive who had been working on the project, Larry Pantlin, managing director in the company's Atlanta office, couldn't be reached. The plans called for four high-rise buildings arrayed around a center plaza directly across Main Street from the Peace Center. The developers proposed a hotel, apartments, offices, condominiums, a dine-in movie theater and a fitness center. They also planned an entirely glass building at the corner of Main and Broad and lots of ground-level space for shops and restaurants along the edges of the plaza and along Main Street. Trammell Crow and Centennial American were in the process of getting numerous approvals from City Hall, and city officials hired a consultant to advise them on the project. JHM Hotels of Greenville filed plans at City Hall for a seven-story AC Greenville Hotel after it was selected to develop the hotel.
  9. adrockc2

    The West End

    Any idea what is planned?
  10. Was scanning through the thread for a rendering and couldn't find one. Here is one from Sycamores website.
  11. adrockc2

    Rivers Edge

    Here it is on greenville daily photo.
  12. adrockc2

    Proterra

    Slate article about Proterra.
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