The signage for Serendipity Labs, a coworking space located in the former Plush Mill on Traction Street.
A short section of Perry Avenue in the Village of West Greenville was converted to a pedestrian plaza last year.
The new Homewood Suites under construction are within the range of a virtual ‘homer’ by Shoeless Joe Jackson’s statue.
Construction continues on Markley Station on Markley Street in the West End. The original buildings are being renovated for retail and office space.
Le Petit Croissant is now open in the West End. They have a mouth watering array of desserts in the style of European pastry shops.
At the wall near the Greenville Army & Navy Store in the West End
The wide walkways comfortably accommodate many people who are enjoying the surroundings, and as a result there is a bit more concrete than I would have guessed. At ground level the gardens visually surround pedestrians.
The Entrance to Pedrick’s Garden in the West End. Pedrick Lowery was one of the influential backers in the creation of Falls Park.
The Imagine Upstate Festival was held a week ago in the West End of Greenville. Here a robot tosses randomly tosses balls to the waiting group.
The Anchorage restaurant has recently opened in the Village of West Greenville at the corner of Perry Avenue and Pendleton Street. The building has been renovated into an inviting location and it features a creative menu that is sure to please the taste buds.