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Living Downtown

Downtown Greenville is one of the most desirable places to live in the City. With quality schools, unparalleled cultural amenities within walking distance, a location convenient to other parts of the City, and a variety of living options in safe and comfortable neighborhoods, downtown Greenville is the perfect place to call home. In downtown Greenville, there are over 1,700 residential units built.
Learn more about some of the latest downtown development projects.

The Downtown Neighborhoods

Photo of Bookends housing developmentMain Street

All ages and walks of life come together to make Main Street the most lively of downtown's neighborhoods. The area offers the convenience of a stroll to work, shopping, dining, and cultural events. The housing units along Main Street are some of the most varied and unique in the City, ranging from small studio apartments to luxurious condominiums and brownstones.

Photo of home in Park Avenue districtPark Avenue

An eclectic mix of bungalows and colonial revival homes blend well with new condominiums and apartments in this designated historic district. Groceries and convenience shopping are within walking distance and the activity of Main Street is just a few blocks away.

Photo of home in Hampton Pinckney districtHampton Pinckney

The Hampton/Pinckney Historic District is an established historic neighborhood adjacent to downtown. The large Victorian homes in this area date from the late nineteenth century.

Photo of home in North Main districtEarle Street and North Main

Traveling north on Main Street, one moves from the hustle and bustle of downtown to quiet residential streets, neighborhood schools, and lush parks. From contemporary condos in a park-like setting to stately historic homes, the North Main area offers the peace of the suburbs but with the convenience of a downtown address. This area is located within walking distance of Stone Avenue.

Photo of home in Pettigru districtPettigru

The Pettigru District offers many restored older homes with an interesting mixture of businesses, single family residences and apartments. The area is designated as a local historic preservation district.

McDaniel Avenue and Alta Vista

Cleveland Park meanders through this area, one of the City's most prestigious addresses. Apartments and condominiums mix comfortably with stately mansions in this well established community.

Photo of West End street sceneWest End

In recent years the West End Historic District has sprung to life. From stadium-side residences to individual brownstones, housing in the West End is very desirable and is located within walking distance to a variety of amenities.