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nyxmike

Rock Hill Downtown/Textile Corridor Plan

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Here and here are links to the plan from Rock Hill's website. It looks really nice - have they begun to implement any of it? It also mentions commuter rail (and a local vintage trolley) as a possiblity, with a planned transportation center. I think commuter rail to Rock Hill would be a great idea. Atleast it shows that Rock Hill is dedicated to its downtown area and wants to attract new business and residents. Does anyone have any pictures of downtown?

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Wow, looks really nice. I've always liked Rock Hill's downtown, seems more urban than alot towns around and has a lot of character.

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Wow, looks really nice.  I've always liked Rock Hill's downtown, seems more urban than alot towns around and has a lot of character.

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Yeah I totally love that feel too! Right when I cross the NC/SC line I don't at all feel like i've left Charlotte.

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Actually we had a thread about this a long time ago in the SC section :) Still, it is a great plan. RH has alot of potential.

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Here's the link to the original thread in the SC forum: Rock Hill Textile Corridor

Those old mills have great potential. Right now, they're more of a blight on the landscape, but at least plans are in place for renovation/adaptive reuse.

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Yeah I totally love that feel too! Right when I cross the NC/SC line I don't at all feel like i've left Charlotte.

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That southern Charlotte sprawl is no joke! :D

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