Proposed development at Haywood and Pelham sent back to planning commission

Traffic is biggest roadblock to proposed development at Haywood and Pelham roads.

Greenville City Council gives initial approval to land sale for development that includes affordable housing, office space

A new affordable housing and office space development on West Washington Street is one step closer to reality with Greenville City Council’s initial approval of land sale and development agreement.
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Proposed parking garage equipment would utilize license plate recognition

The city of Greenville is considering new parking garage equipment that could allow motorists to enter and exit without a paper ticket and pay through license plate recognition. The new system could also allow the city to lease more monthly parking spaces in garages where demand is high.

City wants your idea for what future should hold for downtown Greenville

For those with opinions on the direction downtown Greenville should take in the future, now’s the time to share them.

City works to manage changes as Village of West Greenville draws developers’ interests

The city of Greenville is trying to keep up with the transformation with new public improvements and additional zoning regulations.

City seeks feedback on Wade Hampton Boulevard plan

Arnett Muldrow & Associates, the Greenville-based consulting firm hired by the city to come up with a strategic plan for Wade Hampton Boulevard, creates survey to find out what public wants the corridor to look like in the future.

Op-Ed: It’s time for all short-term rentals to start playing by the same rules

As we are all aware, short-term rental companies such as Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway, and other such online marketplaces are becoming more prolific in many markets, including Greenville.

Greenville’s master plan to be updated; RFPs accepted through Jan. 17

Greenville’s downtown master plan is getting an update. Crafted 10 years ago,…

Woodside Mill annexed into city – again

The Woodside Mill is being annexed into the City of Greenville — again.

City Council approves agreement with Carolina Foothills Garden Club for Reedy River land purchase donation

When a developer proposed building an office building on property on the banks of the Reedy River at the edge of Falls Park, the Carolina Foothills Garden Club pledged to help the city purchase the land. On Monday, that pledge became official as the Greenville City Council approved an agreement with the Garden Club, Upstate Forever and the Community Foundation of Greenville.

Think downtown traffic stinks? Well, the city plans to study it.

The last comprehensive traffic study completed for downtown Greenville didn’t take into account Falls Park, the Liberty Bridge, and the apartments and hotels that have taken up increasing space in the city’s central core. That’s because they didn’t exist in 1999 when the study was done. A new study is in the works.

Council gives initial approval to buy Reedy River site

A contract for the city to purchase property at the edge of Falls Park where a developer had proposed to build an office building clears a hurdle.

Knox White reacts to Greenville being named 4th fastest growing US city

“We can’t just put our head in the sand. That’s why we are moving to capture more green space and build a new park on the west side.”

City downtown design guidelines change for the first time since 2000

Beginning in August, proposed developments will undergo a two-step review process under new downtown design guidelines recently approved by the Greenville City Council.

Can downtown living be emulated in the suburbs?

“New Urbanism calls for centralizing a neighborhood’s convenience, safety, and community to mirror downtown Main Street patterns on a micro-level.”