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Heritage Green

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I couldn't find a topic for Heritage Green, so here's a fresh one.

 

We've seen the campus essentially double in size in the past 10-15 years (approx?), bringing with it new offerings like the Museum & Gallery, Upcountry History Museum, and the Children's Museum of the Upstate. Now, they've gone through a complete campus branding, and instituted a comprehensive way-finding system-- everything from the vehicular level to the pedestrian. I snapped a few pictures yesterday while walking around the campus. This area is such an asset to the City and downtown. Redevelopment of the BB&T and AT&T buildings/blocks could really create further synergy in this corner of downtown. 

 

Here's a quick tour:

 

Pedestrian scaled campus map/directional signage:

 

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Pedestrian scaled individual attraction signs:

 

 

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Vehicular scaled individual attraction signage along College Street:

 

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New landscaping and monument sign/screen installation in front of the Library as seen from the intersection of Buncombe and College Streets:

 

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Some general pictures of the cultural campus:

 

Children's Museum with the Little Theater in the background:

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Little Theater as seen from the fountain across College Street:

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The old campus sign/wall in front of the Art Museum:

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Greenville County Museum of Art:

 

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A few older pics of the original portion of the campus from last year:

 

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I'd really like to see Greenville add a contemporary art museum. Raleigh has a fantastic small one. Maybe if Heritage Green expands eastward we could see that addition someday. 

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