Developers will have added incentive to build affordable and workforce housing in the area near Greenville's new Unity Park under a proposed community character plan and form-based zoning plan.
Lila Mae Brock wanted to be a foreign missionary but she found the need just as great in Southernside, just a few blocks from Greenville’s Main Street. The community was…
Unity Park is getting closer to construction. The city is getting more affordable housing. Parking and public transportation is still generating headlines. In the city of Greenville, growth and the issues surrounding it dominated the top news stories of 2018.
Greenville officials should find out by the end of the year which roads the state will turn over to the city through a new road takeover program.
Construction on Unity Park, the city of Greenville’s newest signature park planned west of downtown, could begin in the fourth quarter of 2019.
An innovation district, small pocket parks and taming of the major highways leading into downtown could be part of Greenville's new downtown master plan.
If the city’s ultimate vision for Unity Park is realized, the signature project could have a total price tag of nearly $73 million.
Five geographic areas could become the focus of the Greenville Housing Fund’s land-banking efforts. The city of Greenville will help jump-start the land bank program with some of the 25…
A proposal by the city of Greenville to rezone the Pendleton Street corridor between South Main and Academy streets has been put on hold.
Unity Park has received its first major donation. SYNNEX Corporation, along with its Concentrix subsidiary and its fundraising initiative Share the Magic, announced Monday a $250,000 contribution toward construction of a playground to be named the SYNNEX Share the Magic Playground.
Under a nonbinding letter of intent approved Monday by the Greenville City Council, the city would donate the land to the Southernside Block Partnership if it secures financing and zoning approvals within 18 months.
An effort to bury utility lines that started after a crippling ice storm in 2005 that left thousands in the dark and cold for a week or more continues in the city of Greenville, but it has been slow-going.
White, who has served as mayor for 23 years, was honored for playing a role in the revitalization of downtown Greenville.
Arguably the city owns some of the most valuable and developable land in Greenville — 25 acres along the edges to a couple of blocks away from the new Unity Park. The city plans to use that land for new affordable housing to counter rising property values and housing costs around the park and in the surrounding neighborhoods near downtown that some say are squeezing lower income and working class residents out.
Removing the streets from state control would give the city flexibility in streetscaping and road design.