City of Greenville wants input on master plan


GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) — People will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on what they would like to see in downtown Greenville over the next decade.

A meeting will be held 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Tate Plaza at Falls Park.

Developers want the public’s input as they develop a 10-year master plan for Greenville. 

City officials and consultants are looking at various areas, including parking, office and retail space as well as residential areas to determine future plans.  

Mary Douglas Hirsch, real estate development manager with the city’s economic development department says they want to continue to see Greenville grow while ensuring the city keeps its charm. 

β€œWhere we should invest, where are the priority areas moving forward main street has been done pretty well and we want to create opportunities so there’s not just one street we go to downtown,” she said. 

Hirsch said the planning process should be complete in early 2019.

Plans can be viewed at

If you can’t make it to the drop in you can Email

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