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Does anyone know what is being developed behind the QT and Comfort Suites in Simpsonville? It's a huge tract of land. Probably one of the biggest and most desirable per square foot in the county if you need a big space. Easy highway access, not to crowded on that end of things yet and VERY visible from the highway. Any guesses?

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https://upstatebusinessjournal.com/downtown-simpsonville-redevelopment-to-include-sidewall-pizza-coffee-shop-and-more/ Really cool to see this in Simpsonville.

About 10 years ago, more orless, that Burdette building was going to be torn down for a CVS.  Good thing it was halted. 

I find the developments in the smaller cities surrounding Greenville interesting. TR, Greer, Fountain Inn, and Simpsonville all have very nice downtowns. We're lucky to have them as a compliment to Gr

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4 hours ago, NBNY2GRNVL said:

Does anyone know what is being developed behind the QT and Comfort Suites in Simpsonville? It's a huge tract of land. Probably one of the biggest and most desirable per square foot in the county if you need a big space. Easy highway access, not to crowded on that end of things yet and VERY visible from the highway. Any guesses?

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St. Francis bought part of the site and they’re moving forward with a facility there. 

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4 hours ago, apaladin said:

Don’t think there is much interest in Simpsonville on this board. After three years it is by far the least viewed/commented on thread. 

I find the developments in the smaller cities surrounding Greenville interesting. TR, Greer, Fountain Inn, and Simpsonville all have very nice downtowns. We're lucky to have them as a compliment to Greenville.  

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9 hours ago, apaladin said:

Don’t think there is much interest in Simpsonville on this board. After three years it is by far the least viewed/commented on thread. 

Sure there is. It's been one of/or probably the fastest growing suburbs in the area over the last decade. People just talk more about the principal city in the metro area. That's every metro area.

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