johnpro318

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  1. johnpro318

    Haywood Rd Redevelopment

    What department store would you expect? Most are downsizing or closing.
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    Haywood Rd Redevelopment

    That would be nice. I hope no matter what happens, Simon uses the opportunity to try and time their closing for a major renovation announcement (for the outside) and maybe an open air component with more restaurants and other types of retail.
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    Hartness mixed use TND development

    I like this development. Just wish they hadn’t given the owner Smith Road. That could have been upgraded and been an alternate route for 14.
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    CONSTRUCTION THREAD: The Point

    So to the right is the senior housing development and the bottom left is new apartments, correct? That area sure is getting built up. It’s nice that it has some housing.
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    Haywood Rd Redevelopment

    So I looked it up and with the latest closures, I think the only Sears left in SC is Greenville, Rock Hill and Myrtle Beach. The only Kmarts left would be Greenville, Sumter, Lexington and West Columbia. So they only have 7 stores total that still aren’t on a closure list. I would expect that the Myrtle Beach Sears will go next since it is out of the way for distribution purposes. I would also think that for Kmart the Sumter store and one of the Columbia area stores (Lexington or West Columbia) would be next. This store count doesn’t consider the Outlet or Hometown stores since those are ran a little differently if I remember. Has anyone gone to the Sears or Kmart websites in the last day? It’s kind of sad because the first thing you see if “WE ARE OPEN”. I mean i just don’t see how they can improve. Most of the items they stock are old, generic brands, etc. they usually aren’t stocked either. Anyone planning on doing some Christmas shopping at Kmart or Sears this year??
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    110 Markley Street: 24 unit condominium

    Yep. Cause it’s steel. I like it. Build baby build.
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    Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Yeah it definitely is going to have a presence. It already looks big and it still has like half the floors to go.
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    West Greenville Village

    City needs to start thinking about buying a lot for a future parking garage. It could be a paved parking lot for now. Maybe the other corner of Irvine and Pendleton or 1180 Pendleton Street. There’s a lot there as well. Any other ideas? I can email the city with some suggestions. They need to be proactive.
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    Pleasantburg Drive Corridor

    Maybe that’s where the county departments that aren’t going to stay on the county square property can move to. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.greenvilleonline.com/amp/1433425002 The county will be getting a $60 million, five-story glass-and-steel government building out of the deal, but services on University Ridge such as the public health department, motor vehicles, Social Security and family court will be relocated. Also, where is the building that is being torn down located? I’m not familiar as to which stores used to be there.
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    Pleasantburg Drive Corridor

    They have been waiting for a sewer upgrade to be completed. Expect to see action there and all around Laurens Road soon.
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    Haywood Rd Redevelopment

    I think I also saw a Bath and Body Works being built at Greenridge in the old Salsaritas space.
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    Paul McCartney Is Coming To Greenville

    I’ve seen him once and it was amazing. Will definitely be buying tickets to this. Woo!
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    Pleasantburg Drive Corridor

    That would be awesome actually.
  14. I love the units that open to the street. Definitely helps with no/limited retail down there.
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    Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    Maybe some carefully placed evergreens at least?