Waterfall of potential
By Ty Johnson
Published in News on June 6, 2012 1:46 PM
The Liberty Bridge stretches across the Falls at Reedy River Park. The bridge and park were part of a controversial $13 million investment by the city of Greenville in the early 2000s. After the park's completion, the city experienced a boom in development on its West End.
Greenville Mayor Knox White looks through photos from throughout downtown Greenville's history. Since his first election in 1995, he has overseen several projects that focused on the city's downtown revitalization efforts.
Development continues in downtown Greenville, here with the multimillion-dollar ONE Greenville project which will be a mixed-use tower of retail and office space featuring a corporate bank headquarters and an Anthropologie. The building, which will grow between the Peace Center for the Performing Arts and the Hyatt Hotel, will be yet another anchor for the city's Main Street.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Looking out from the 10th floor of Greenville's City Hall toward Greenville's West End, Mayor Knox White can remember when the citizens of his city couldn't see the waterfall. He had, though, of course. In the...
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