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gman430 last won the day on December 23 2020

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  1. When is this going to start construction?
  2. https://www.travelandleisure.com/grand-bohemian-lodge-greenville-south-carolina-opening-6665878
  3. Like I have said before, get rid of the Milliken leadership and things would improve. The GSP Commission is a joke and has been for years now. The City of Greenville should be running the show there in my opinion.
  4. I agree. Just like with the Avant, this project is dead. Still can’t believe this site has been empty for two and a half decades. Somebody should sue somebody over this crap.
  5. Yep. They spent all of that money to renovate the space and then shut down just a few months later. Not sure as to why either. KDS is doing the leasing for the space.
  6. Spartina 449 is now open. Signage up for Rocket Fizz. iStore has completely closed and space is now for lease. Hudson Blake is now open.
  7. October 10th is the next vote. The developer is working on the necessary changes to get the city council’s blessing which includes lowering the height from five to four floors and adding more affordable units: https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/local/greenville/downtown/2022/09/13/development-fight-west-greenville-sc-woven-gets-support-objection/7932063001/
  8. Good pdf file showing all of the affordable housing projects planned next to Unity Park: https://www.greenvillesc.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Item/10022?fileID=54894
  9. The second phase of Northside Townhomes construction is on track to begin in late 2022 if granted final approval by the city’s Design Review Board. John Montgomery, Montgomery Development Group CEO, told The Post and Courier the $20 million project would include 83 townhome units, with 25 percent designated for affordable housing. The Design Review Board approved the project’s preliminary conceptual design on Sept. 6. Final conceptual design approval will be considered at the next Design Review Board meeting on Oct. 4, Montgomery said. More info: https://www.postandcourier.com/spartanburg/business/spartanburg-northside-townhome-plan-with-affordable-units-gets-preliminary-ok/article_8c875f6c-306a-11ed-a728-276453c5aa13.html
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