This metal gate on the pedestrian Laurens Street is welded together from a variety of common metal hardware.
The retail window of Orvis on North Laurens Street. Orvis sells gear and clothing for the great outdoors and has some fly fishing classes and supplies.
While not a Wrought Iron gate, this access gate behind Project One at 1 North Main Street is definitely a wrought and welded piece of art.
Southen Pressed Juicery is now open in the Project One building on the Washington Street side. It can be found next to this business ‘shingle’.
Farewell to Piazza Bergamo, hello to One City Plaza! Now that the public space associated with Project One is nearly complete and the space has a new feel, a new name is in order.
The CertusBank headquarters in the Project One building on Main Street will open soon. As the sign invited:
The entire concept of banking is getting a makeover. Take a peek
The peephole showed the image above! The headquarters is expected to open during the month of November, and will be the last part of the Project One building construction facing Main Street.
The construction barriers have recently been removed around the rest of the Project One building on Main and Washington Streets. Much interior finishing work remains, but the completed sidewalks feel like a big step forward.
The Brooks Brothers store entrance has appeared in a corner of one of the Project One towers that is still under construction. It should open later this year.
A group of workers puts finishing touches on the facade of one of the Project One buildings. The construction process for the site has been ongoing for over 1 1/2 years.
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