The Regenesis Statue by Charles Pate jr. is on the corner of South Main St and Perry Avenue. It represents the way Greenville is re-creating itself from a former textile powerhouse.
This animated view shows the key points in the Celebration Pavilion construction as part of the Cancer Survivors Park.
A building on River Place and its reflection in the Reedy River.
Groups of park goers admire the view of the falls from among the rocks in Falls Park.
The Celebration Pavilion is being installed in the Cancer Survivors Park.
The facade is being placed on part of the Greene Apartments on South Main Street.
This is part of a project to upgrade bridges and stabilize the creek bank that runs through McPherson Park.
The side of the parking garage facing Falls Street already has glass. More office building layers will be added to the top before the rest of the Camperdown project is complete.
A view of some color appearing in Falls Park.
Many years ago, these old bridge supports used to hold up a bridge carry trains as they headed toward downtown Greenville. This is a view of Richland Creek near Cleveland Park, next to Richland Way.