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  1. Haywood Rd Redevelopment

    A ton of new survey stakes up where the large field is along Haywood Road between Transit Drive and Halton Road.
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  4. Camperdown (Greenville News Building Site)

    GvilleSC will be happy with this. The new materials and elimination of windows on the North elevation facing Broad Street were the main points of discussion, with the three panelists unanimously recommending the proposed stucco elements be returned to the previously approved metal panels. “I don’t think that the stucco simplifies the building,” panelist Danielle Fontaine said. “Most important corner in Greenville, and it deserves in materials to be treated as such. I believe it deserves better material than stucco.” https://upstatebusinessjournal.com/front-row-april-design-review-board-urban-panel/
  5. Phase 1 will be surface lots at first. It will be replaced with more buildings and garages as other phases get built.
  6. Phase 1 is starting construction right now. Over 1 million square feet. Pages 17-19 to see the phase 1 plans: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/1bb3d9_1797e96ea5ca4ffd98fc860265e27bbd.pdf Hughes is targeting local and regional tenants over national ones.
  7. How do you know the tenant space is going to be empty? Maybe he has LOI’s signed already. Me thinks he does because the project wasn’t supposed to start construction until 2020 originally.
  8. I understand what you’re saying but Hughes owns this entire site. No developer including him is going to sit on it and pay taxes when they could be making a profit and revenue instead. Going off the site plans, it looks like a good amount of green space will be included along the I-385 frontage. Due to the amount of growth already going on in this area (https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.greenvilleonline.com/amp/488944002) of the county, stopping this project might actually make the sprawl worse as developments go around it and further south decreasing urbanity.
  9. Let’s get this party started.
  10. I would like to see more aggressiveness with growing home grown companies through the Next program like you’re seeing with Chartspan.
  11. Greenville County Square redevelopment

    Any word about that new city garage in the West End? Noting can happen here until that gets built.
  12. Regarding your last sentence: Camperdown and probably county square. I don’t have a problem with this development. It’s doing exactly what Magnolia Park and the Point were supposed to be originally. Every large metro area throughout the country has mixed use developments like this in the suburbs. No reason Greenville can’t or shouldn’t. Besides, this has much better design and looks than a regular suburban shopping center with large parking lots out front like you see at Easley Town Center, Shops at Greenridge, Cherrydale Point, etc.
  13. It’s happening: https://www.bridgewaystation.com/
  14. Park Place on Hudson