Historic neighborhood
New project seeks to identify historic structures built between 1945 and 1975.

Historic Resources Survey

The City has hired consulting firm WLA Studio to identify historically significant properties in the city, with an initial focus on the following areas: West End, Village of West Greenville, Greater Sullivan, Cleveland Park, Nicholtown, North Main, Augusta Road, Sherwood Forest and Parkins Mill.

The Historic Resources Survey, which will be conducted in May and June, will focus on structures built between 1945 and 1975. The goal of the project is to identify properties that are eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as for potential historic designation locally. 

City residents are also invited and encouraged to participate in the project. Residents can submit their own property, or property in their neighborhood for consideration by using an online interactive map and completing a short form at For more information contact Monique Mattison at 864-467-4574.

Affordable Housing Working Group

The City of Greenville, the Graham Foundation and Hollingsworth Funds have partnered to bring consulting firm czb, LLC back for the second phase of the Affordable Housing Assessment and Strategy. Phase II will include establishing a housing trust by the end of 2017 and evaluating larger issues that affect housing affordability in Greenville. Additionally, a working group, which includes members of the working group from Phase I, has been appointed to work with czb over the next few months.

A timeline of events is available on the City of Greenville Affordable Housing web page, which also features all of the work completed in Phase I. The timeline will be updated as project milestones are achieved. For more information, contact Michael Williamson at 864-467-5735.

Mt. Eustis Corner
Come take a look at the Mt. Eustis development in Greenline-Spartanburg.

June is Home Ownership Month

Featured development: Mt. Eustis Corners

The City of Greenville, in partnership with Genesis Homes and Quinn Satterfield, Inc., is providing homeownership opportunities in Mt. Eustis Corners in the Greenline-Spartanburg community. Close to downtown, these new homes feature:

  • Floor plans with 700+ square feet
  • 2-3 bedrooms, 1-2 bathrooms
  • Large front porches
  • Energy efficient construction
  • Convenient access to Greenlink bus transportation
  • Prices from the low $100,000s
  • Financial  incentives for eligible buyers

For more information or to submit an application, visit Community Development online or call 864-467-4570. 

Table built for Haynie-Sirrine neighborhood gazebo
ADA-accessible picnic table at new Haynie-Sirrine gazebo.

GAP Grant Highlight

The Haynie-Sirrine Neighborhood Association applied for funding from the Grant Assistance Partnership (GAP) program to purchase and install a gazebo and two ADA accessible picnic tables in the neighborhood's community green space. The goals of the project were to create a gathering place for neighbors, encourage residents to become better acquainted and inspire a greater sense of community.

GAP funding is made available by the City of Greenville and Greenville County Redevelopment Authority through their Community Development Block Grant programs, which are funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, along with funds from the United Way of Greenville County. The GAP program provides grant awards to neighborhood associations that are seeking positive community development through various initiatives, projects and programs. For more information, call 864-467-4567.

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