Jesse Jackson Town Homes Area Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Jesse Jackson Town Home Area, named after the Reverend Jesse Jackson, is a low-cost housing project built near to where Jesse Jackson grew up. The project consists of 20 town homes bordered by Allendale Lane and Clark Street. Residents can access bus lines on nearby Rebecca Street, Pleasantburg Drive and Clark Street.
The Phillis Wheatley Community Center is within walking distance and provides the community and surrounding area with programs to help skill development in children that will help mold new leaders in the community. The center also provides a safe haven for youths in distress. Two churches in the neighborhood, St. Philips Episcopal Church and Airport Church, help residents with spirtual guidance and along with Sunday worship services, the churches offer programs available for adults and children.
The University of South Carolina is a half-mile from Jesse Jackson Town Home Area. Students can bike or take a bus to attend classes. The respected institution has more than 29,000 enrolled and between 2009 and 2010, 6,546 degrees were awarded.
Nearby is Green Forest Park. The park has biking and walking trails. The scenic forested park is a popular spot for picnics and outdoor recreation. Residents can walk to the park. Cleveland Park offers visitors camping, hiking and picnic shelters. The park is the site of birthday parties and other special events. Visitors can ride horses, fish or ride bikes. Cabins are available for rent and the train ride is a favorite for railroad enthusiasts.
Jesse Jackson Town Home Area is close to Greenville amenities and continues to provide community service.