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Textile Heritage Park

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I like the look and it would hopefully give a boost to the general area. I noticed they have not acquired the land yet, but hopefully they can get funding for it.

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This new park is slated for the old parking lot just across Smythe Street from the Lofts of Greenville: http://textileherita...age-park-plans/ It's very close to the Swamp Rabbit Trail also.

I would love to see a mill village somewhere in Greenville completely restored. With apartments in the mill, and houses restored to a desired state for small families (or rebuilt with the same character), we might could see the small community commercial centers brought back to life. Maybe this park will provide a spark for additional investment. Is this in the City of Greenville?

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I would love to see a mill village somewhere in Greenville completely restored. With apartments in the mill, and houses restored to a desired state for small families (or rebuilt with the same character), we might could see the small community commercial centers brought back to life. Maybe this park will provide a spark for additional investment. Is this in the City of Greenville?

I think no because i know the Lofts is outside of it.

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I think no because i know the Lofts is outside of it.

Makes sense, thanks!

Gosh, that'd be a great little population boost if they could annex the Monaghan Mill. The biggest problem would be getting there to provide the services, I guess.

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