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Jump-starting a new decade with a wish list that is more ambitious than in previous years.

  • A new downtown hotel announcement.   (Maybe we'll see movement on the Cambria project?)
  • A solid tenant (or tenants) for the Coca Cola building on West Main Street.
  • A development announced for the Grain District on Daniel Morgan Avenue south of the AC Marriott Hotel.
  • Another downtown apartment / condo project.  Perhaps one that will enhance the skyline. 
  • A promising new tenant for the empty Wild Ace building on West Main Street.  
  • More development at the Pine / Main intersection.  
  • Finally, a quality tenant for the proposed Gibbs office building project at Renaissance Park.
  • An announcement regarding Milliken Village (tenants, construction timetable, etc.).  
  • A redevelopment plan for Westgate Mall.  
  • More housing, affordable and market rate, in the city.  
  • Ground broken for Midtown Heights on Wofford Street.  
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Jump-starting a new decade with a wish list that is more ambitious than in previous years. A new downtown hotel announcement.   (Maybe we'll see movement on the Cambria project?) A solid

1 hour ago, roads-scholar said:

Jump-starting a new decade with a wish list that is more ambitious than in previous years.

  • A new downtown hotel announcement.   (Maybe we'll see movement on the Cambria project?)
  • A solid tenant (or tenants) for the Coca Cola building on West Main Street.
  • A development announced for the Grain District on Daniel Morgan Avenue south of the AC Marriott Hotel.
  • Another downtown apartment / condo project.  Perhaps one that will enhance the skyline. 
  • A promising new tenant for the empty Wild Ace building on West Main Street.  
  • More development at the Pine / Main intersection.  
  • Finally, a quality tenant for the proposed Gibbs office building project at Renaissance Park.
  • An announcement regarding Milliken Village (tenants, construction timetable, etc.).  
  • A redevelopment plan for Westgate Mall.  
  • More housing, affordable and market rate, in the city.  
  • Ground broken for Midtown Heights on Wofford Street.  

Great list!

I would add: 

Extension of the Rail Trail to Barnett Park. 

Repave East Main with bike lane s from First Baptist to Pine Street.   

More restrictive sign ordinance (similar to Clemson). 

LESS LITTER!!!!! 

 

 

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  • A supermarket, either Ingle's or Publix, is announced downtown.  (Ingle's Markets still owns property on John B. White Sr. Boulevard where Ingle's #48 operated.)
  • Publix announces additional stores in Spartanburg County.  Boiling Springs and a second Spartanburg store have been hot in speculation.
  • Ingle's returns to Lyman with an additional store.  (Ingle's #93 operated on Inman Road before relocating to Duncan in 2003.  It was succeeded by Sav-Mor #893.  Sav-Mor #893 had a brief lifespan.)
  • Ingle's #38 on East Main Street in Spartanburg expands and rebuilds.
  • Plans for Milliken Village extend beyond its location.  Changes to site plans are possible.
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