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Spartanburg Guy

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  1. I’m afraid our downtown momentum is slowing down.
  2. For reference, Emporis lists the Montgomery Building as 137.8 ft tall. A height of 138 feet is a few inches taller and would make it the new second tallest building in Spartanburg. 118 feet is about the same height as Church Street Lofts (minus the penthouse).
  3. I think the “bypass 29” sign was for people avoiding St. John St. because of the lane closure when they were renovating the Montogomery Building, intending to redirect them to Daniel Morgan Ave.
  4. Just thinking...South Carolina cities in general are much larger than one would believe because of the annexation laws. Spartanburg’s urban population is about 180K people but the city population is about 38k people. Greenville’s urban population is about 400k people (their city population is only about 68k). By contrast, most outsiders perceive cities of similar size in other states to be much bigger. For example: Greensboro. Winston-Salem, and High Point. Greensboro’s city population is about 270k but the urban population is only slightly bigger than the city at about 312k people. High Point’s city population is about 111k people but their urban population is about 166k people (less than Spartanburg).
  5. I want more affordable apartment housing. Maybe a high rise apartment building.
  6. This is the (I believe the recently completed) 6 story Home Suites by Hilton at the Hwy 290 exit off of I-85.
  7. I have to agree with @Spartan that the color combination is less than ideal.
  8. When is the construction supposed to start?
  9. Anyone know when the I-85 bypass construction might be done?
  10. That Sears has had really poor customer service for years. I’m surprised it has lasted this long.
  11. Downtown is certainly a much more vibrant and attractive place than 20-25 years ago.
  12. From the windows of Level 10 on top of the ACH.
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