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100 E Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601
$1,225 - $1,715 | Studio - 2 Beds

(864) 315-3171

411 River St, Greenville, SC 29601
$1,195 - $2,949 | Studio - 3 Beds

(864) 469-2234

98 E McBee Ave, Greenville, SC 29601
$1,748 | 1 Bed
233 N Main St, Greenville, SC 29601
$1,675 | 2 Beds
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Downtown Neighborhood in Greenville, SC

Downtown Greenville Neighborhood

Downtown Greenville is the city’s largest commercial center and one of the largest residential neighborhoods as well. With more than 1,700 residential units, just about every type of housing imaginable is available. Several communities with different housing styles make up the Downtown Greenville neighborhood.

Some of those communities include Main Street, where housing is varied and includes condos, single-family brownstones, lofts, and historic housing dating to the turn of the century. In the Park Avenue area, there is an unusual mix of bungalows, apartments, and historic Colonial Revival houses. Hampton Pinckney is characterized by its historic Victorians, while Earle Street and North Main juxtapose modern condos with stately homes, the setting of which echoes the quiet of suburbia. Pettigru leans toward the historic, while the West End leans toward the modern, but both have some of each style of dwelling. Finally, McDaniel Avenue and Alta Vista offer some of the most prestigious historical housing, mixed comfortably with apartments and condos.

In addition, Downtown Greenville is the cultural heart and soul of the city, as well as being a thriving commercial hub. Residents of the Downtown Greenville community have access to any number of cultural riches, from festivals (which number in the hundreds each year) to museums and parkland.

Just some of the many attractions located in the Downtown Greenville neighborhood include the Greenville County Art Museum, RiverPlace, the Greenville Zoo, the Peace Center for the Performing Arts, the Upcountry History Museum, and the city’s library.

Shopping and dining options abound. Nearly 100 restaurants and bars can be found within a short distance, and a friendly streetside atmosphere with wide sidewalks and plazas make the Downtown Greenville neighborhood conducive to enjoying dining outdoors. The West End Market and any number of boutiques, galleries, and performance spaces round out the picture.

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