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    More Than 500 New Apartments and Townhouses Planned in Simpsonville


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     What’s Happening in Greenville?

    Got all things planned for this week? Don’t miss to include a day out or two with your family or friends. There are plenty of things to do in Greenville and they come in all flavors – concerts, plays, outdoor entertainment and more. Start your week off with a bang with our pick of the best happenings in Greenville this week.

    Apr 23, Mon, 7:30 PM  
    No Expectations Comedy Open Mic
    Coffee Underground
    Apr 23, Mon, 7 PM
    Greenville Drive Baseball
    Fluor Field at the West
    Apr 24, Tue, 8 AM
    Business at Breakfast: Shh, Finding Great Talent in a Tight Market
    Better Business Bureau
    Apr 24, Tue  7:30 PM
    Greenville Swing
    In the cabin at McPherson Park
    Apr 25, Wed, 10 AM
    Andrew Wyeth: Recent Gifts, Loans, & Selections
    Greenville County Museum of Art
    Apr 25 Wed, 5 PM
    Greenbrier Farms’ Weekly Porch Series
    Greenbrier Farms
    Apr 26, Thu 4 PM
    12th Annual Mac Arnold Cornbread and Collard Greens Blues Festival
    Commerce Park
    Apr 26, Thu, 5:30 PM
    Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive
    NOMA SquareMuch Ado About Nothing
    Apr 27,  Fri, 6 PM
    Project Host 9th Annual BBQ Cook-Off & Festival
    320 S Hudson St, Greenville, SC 29601
    Apr 27,  Fri,  5:30 PM
    Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays
    NOMA Square
    Apr 28, Sat, 1 PM
    Family Fun Day with the Greenville Zoo

    Upcountry History Museum
    Apr 28 Sat,   
    The Greenville Dirt Series
    Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center
    Apr 29, Sun, 3 PM
    Pan Harmonia Concert at GCCA
    Greenville Center for Creative Arts
    Apr 29, Sun, 3 PM
    Perfect Wedding
    Greenville Little Theatre


     Foodie Destination of the Week

    The restaurant scene in Greenville has exploded off the past decade with new restaurants springing up here and there. Downtown Greenville alone has brought an array of tasty cuisines to pick from which makes it a great place for anyone who wants to try different culinary experiences. This week, we’ll highlight one of the best places to dine and experience Greenville’s gastronomic delights.


    Poke Bros. – Woodruff Road

    The popular fast-casual restaurant concept from the Midwest just opened in Woodruff Road last month. With Poké Bros already a hit in Pelham Road and Easley, the new location looks to sate Greenvillians  with its “build-your-own approach to crafting delicious poké bowls along our assembly line of fresh, wholesome ingredients.”

    Poke actually originated in Hawaii and features cubed-cut raw fish mixed in a bowl with rice, veggies, and flavorful toppings. Poke Bros’.  menu offers high-quality, sushi-grade fish and farm-fresh veggies in the aforementioned build-your-own bowl as well as pre-fab bowls like the Johnny Utah with avocado, salmon, edamame, cucumber, masago, and triple og sauce, or the popular Duke with tuna salmon, shrimp, seaweed, jalapeño, sweet onion, edamame, cucumber, ponzu sauce, and gochujang. The bowls range from $9-$13, very affordable for an amazing sushi in a bowl experience. There are also teas on the menu as well as poke nachos. The great majority of their menu is gluten-free and low calorie, giving many Greenville food lover a quick and easy dining option that is not only affordable but also healthy.


    Address: 1143 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607
    Phone: (864) 568-5411
    Hours: Mon-Sun: 11 am – 9 pm


     Did You Know?


    More than 500 new apartments and townhouses planned in Simpsonville to meet housing demand

    Simpsonville is considered the best place to live on the Golden Strip and as the popularity of the area continues to grow, the housing demand surges. Currently, there are five new housing developments planned to meet the surge of residential growth in the area. The five new residential developments could add more than  500 apartments, at least 50 townhomes, and would encompass more than 250 acres.

    The Council has not yet given final approval to the proposed developments but initial hearings are already underway. The following are the five housing developments already making their way through the city’s approval process.


    1.  Waterleaf at Neely Ferry
    Location: Off Neely Ferry Road near West Georgia Road
    Size: 30 acres. Plans include 246 apartment units, five two-story office buildings and seven to eight acres of preserved wetlands.

    2. South Street
    Location: Near Interstate 385
    Size: 23.5 acres. Plans include 318 apartment units, amenities and sidewalks.

    3. Fairview Village
    Location: Fairview Road near Martins’ Grove
    Size: 14 acres. Plans include 50 townhomes.

    4. The Jones Tract
    Location: Southeast Main Street and Dennis Waldrop Way
    Size: 160 acres

    5. 530 Harrison Bridge Road
    Size: 36 acres


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