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Greenville City Council Passes N. Main Street Project

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Greenville City Council unanimously passed the second and final reading of a planned development at the intersection of East Stone Avenue and North Main Street.

The development, which is headed by Beach Equity Investments LLC, will be 4.7 acres and feature 18,000-square feet of commercial space and 200 apartments with approximately 4,800-square feet of space. Early estimates show that the development will be at least $20 million, possibly higher, with land costs, construction and design. 

Construction on the property is expected to begin in 2014. 
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