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On November 13, 2015 at 1:00:21 PM, vicupstate said:

Is Wynit taking over old Certus space only, or are they taking the last floor in the 2nd Phase also?

Good news regardless. Hope they continue to grow there. 


This should answer that: http://upstatebusinessjournal.com/news/certusbank-vacancy-opened-door-for-wynit/

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The lights are up and in my opinion turned out great. 

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Downtown Greenville needs more women boutiques and coffee shops.

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On 11/20/2015, 8:50:57, Jet-set said:

I haven't the slightest idea what rental office space goes for but $28.50 per square foot? Is that competitive??

That would be top of the market for Greenville, but considering this is the newest building in town, not to mention LEED certified, that should be expected. I sounds like Hughes cut Wynit a deal though. 

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On October 8, 2015 at 7:28:54 PM, vicupstate said:
On October 15, 2015 at 11:41:38 PM, ausrutherford said:


Thats one really short white car there!


Aloft opens Nov. 

Opening date for Aloft must be December....anyone know?

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On 11/25/2015, 8:35:08, Gville2012 said:

New market and cafe going next to Aloft - this looks cool.


Caviar and Bananas, have been to the one in Charleston and liked it a lot, will be great addition to the area.  Might spell trouble for the deli/grocer on College st (Canciola's?).  

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Id have to disagree, but to each their own. Aloft is not designed to target the same client base as a Hampton Inn or Marriott Courtyard. It is focused on more of the millennial demographic with more contemporary design and the feel of a boutique hotel. As far as the building design, I love it and think it fits perfect with the whole ONE development... but again to each their own. Anytime I travel and there is an Aloft I stay at it over other hotels.

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10 hours ago, distortedlogic said:

 This building has replaced the Landmark as the ugliest building in Greenville! 


I think the gray is maybe not the best choice here, considering the ONE buildings next door, but I like the base part. 

The exterior neon lights are on now and make a good compliment to the ones on the BofA and ONE buildings.  

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While I like the design of this building personally I do agree that the LED lighting going up on new buildings downtown is becoming a bit much. Pretty soon we'll start to look like a mini Vegas or Times Square with all of this lighting. 

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