The Greenville News signage is now up on the Greenville News building on the corner of Broad and Falls Streets.
The former Greenville News building is being demolished as part of the Camperdown project.
The construction crane has been raised over the Camperdown development project in preparation for the demolition of the former Greenville News building, now empty since they have relocated to the new building next door.
Construction has started on the Camperdown Development block that includes the Greenville News building. So far, the 2 older buildings down Main Street from the Greenville News building have been demolished. The Greenville News Offices on the upper right of this view will remain until the new office building is finished and operations have moved.
On Main Street, Greenville, SC. This early 1970’s headquarters, on a 5 acre site, for the Greenville News newspaper, will be torn down this year, to make way for a new commercial development, featuring hotel, residential, and commercial space.
Yes this is the The in The Greenville News. I am sharing it today because of the moisture which it shows. Some of you may recognize the script used in the headlines of yesterday’s photo of The Greenville News … This photo was taken recently showing melting snow on part of the sign outside The Greenville News building in downtown Greenville.
On my walk to work, Wednesday morning, I found the headlines in this newspaper interesting. As we all know there are concerns about recession and the experts are urging investors not to panic. In addition to this wise advice there was good news:
- Clemson won
- Diabetes is cured by obesity surgery
- There were a couple of good movies this year
- and most importantly it was wet enough to require a plastic cover when delivering the news paper