The sidewalks and lower floor of Falls Park Place have opened, with lululemon athletica now open for business.
The new Greenville News building is taking shape, as seen in this view up East Broad Street.
The regional weather-predicting groundhog “Greta” didn’t see her shadow on Feb 2, so winter might not last six more weeks. Incidentally, she also predicted the Super Bowl win of the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons, so the weather prediction might be good also!
In that case, these flowers near Mary’s restaurant on South Main Street might continue looking good.
This is the last weekend to see the circus in Greenville at “The Well” before the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is disbanded. There is free trolley service during the weekend events to allow parking at the University Square county parking lot. Use the Trolley Tracker app to see where the trolley is located.
This is the time for Holly Berries and Winterberries to decorate trees and shrubs until late winter. This cluster of berries is below the Main Street Bridge near the Reedy River.
Hampton Station is an up and coming creative office park. Located on the Hampton Avenue Extension in the shadows of water towers which served area factories in the past. It already has a number of businesses as well as Birds Fly South Ale Project. There is an extension to the Swamp Rabbit trail under construction which will pass near the Hampton Station.
Right now this is a ramp that only Evel Knievel could use, but will eventually be part of the new I385 – I85 highway interchange.
The new bridge over the Reedy River in Cancer Survivors Park now has a concrete surface. This bridge will also carry traffic from the Swamp Rabbit Trail that passes over the river.
Kathleen Digney working on a portrait Outside of the Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville
This mouth watering mural of a garden of fresh produce and a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains was painted by artists Elizabeth Kinney and and Sunny Mullarkey McGowan. It adds to the ambiance of the building of The Anchorage restaurant in the Village of West Greenville. You may even find them working at the restaurant on certain days.