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Project Skyline

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Goes to County Council on May 1st: http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...ncil/agenda.htm

Resolution A:

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...0v3%20resol.pdf

"...for the purpose of facilitating the acquistion and construction by the company of a mixed use, business, office, hotel, restaurant, residential, commercial, and corporate headquarters project." A Florida Corporation. Under section 1.1-B in next link posted: "The project will involve facilities with an ad valorem tax value of approximately two hundred million dollars."

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...20Agreement.pdf

Resolution B:

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...20B%20resol.pdf "...for the purpose of facilitating the acquistion and construction by the company of a mixed use, business, office, commercial, residential, and corporate headquarters project." A South Carolina Corporation. Under section 1.1-B in next link posted: "The project will involve facilities with an ad valorem tax value of approximately one billion nine hundred million dollars."

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...20Agreement.pdf

Resolution C:

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...0resolution.pdf "...for the purpose of facilitating the acquistion and construction by the company of a mixed use, business, office, hotel, restaurant, residential, commercial, and corporate headquarters project." A Florida Corporation. Under section 1.1-B in next link posted: "The project will involve facilities with an ad valorem tax value of approximately two hundred eighty million dollars."

http://www.greenvillecounty.org/County_Cou...20Agreement.pdf

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It's called a company is going to move and build a headquarters/development here that is going to be bigger and cost more money than you could ever imagine.

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it's unbelievable. What does Laurens County have to do with it? Will this not be downtown...? <_<

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Reading through all of that is kind of confusing. I think I'll just wait for the Greenville News to report something. ;)

And it sounds like it may be outside city limits, since the county is handling it.

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Reading through all of that is kind of confusing. I think I'll just wait for the Greenville News to report something. ;)

And it sounds like it may be outside city limits, since the county is handling it.

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For anybody that's involved with this kind of stuff, does this sound like a big project? :dontknow:

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ONE BILLION NINE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS is beyond BIG!!!

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ONE BILLION NINE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS is beyond BIG!!!

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Ad Valorem Tax-A tax based on the value of real estate or personal property.

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I sure hope that whatever this is happens. Once news breaks and details can be more certain, I think it would be safe to add this to the "mystery project" thread in the SC forum. This would definitely take the cake.

G-man, has this been around and you just now found it? or is this genuinely new and could be found in the Greenville News tomorrow???

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^^^I was just looking at the agendas for the county council meeting tomorrow and saw it on there. I'm guessing it's new, seeing how the Greenville News hasn't had a story on it yet.

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WOA GUYS! If you add the three together, that's almost 2.4 BILIION! It sounds like it must be somewhere of 385, perhaps near Fountian Inn? Although one of them describes cuurent infrastructure of the county or the city of Greenville. All three of them mention HQs, and at least two mention hotel, residential, and retail. Also, two mention South carolina company. Any ideas? BMW? SF? Michelin? Someting Else?

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WOA GUYS! If you add the three together, that's almost 2.4 BILIION! It sounds like it must be somewhere of 385, perhaps near Fountian Inn? Although one of them describes cuurent infrastructure of the county or the city of Greenville. All three of them mention HQs, and at least two mention hotel, residential, and retail. Also, two mention South carolina company. Any ideas? BMW? SF? Michelin? Someting Else?

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Ok, hold up. Is this 3 different possible economic developments? 3 companies? :blink:

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Ok, hold up. Is this 3 different possible economic developments? 3 companies? :blink:

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Anyone else wondering why it is dubbed project "skyline?"

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Anyone else wondering why it is dubbed project "skyline?"

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The Rolls Royce jet engine facility being planned for the US perhaps? :dontknow: This area was on the short list.

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This is a very interesting grouping of developments, indeed. I could be wrong, but I would suspect the fact that all three of these are dubbed with "Skyline" ("A," "B," and "C") indicates they are all three related or perhaps tied to one another.

Nice research, g-man! :thumbsup:

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Did anyone email a member of county council to get more details?

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Wow, $1.9 billion is a ton of money for ONE project! Being that its Greenville County (as opposed to the City) I would assume that "Project Skyline" could mean a new skyline along the interstate somewhere (you guys like to talk about the "I-85 skyline" right?). Of course, they always give these economic development projects weird names like that. Anyway, this is a huge project so whatever it is will be interesting.

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