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University Ridge Development
Economic Development

Spring 2024 Update

Demolition and site preparation continues in the Spring of 2024. Significant new commercial and residential development will take place during the next several years. The Upstate Business Journal provides an updated, birds-eye view of the development.

Upstate Business Journal
Spring 2024 Update


Full Steam Ahead...

Seeing "enormous" interest in the former "Greenville County Square" property, RocaPoint Partners has announced more projects committed to coming to downtown Greenville. Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Sport & Social, PBR, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse, and Hawkers join the list of many other major brands set to populate the 37 acres site.



Three New Businesses

"Each of these tenants offers something unique and exciting that we think the whole Greenville community will love..."⁠ Three new-to-the-area entertainment concepts are coming to the University Ridge development.⁠ ⁠ Pins Mechanical, Fairway Social, and⁠ Agave Bandido are ready to join the growing and very diverse list of 'residents' in this historic new development.

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Three Businesses


The new County Administration Building is OPEN!

The new building and the 1050 spot Greenville County parking garage are open and serving the public. The next phase of private sector development has begun.

"’ll be seeing a major part of Greenville growing up all around the new building."

The new County Administration Building is OPEN!


Lima One

Lima One Capital has announced plans to expand its U.S. headquarters in Greenville County, South Carolina. "Lima One Capital is thrilled to be an anchor tenant within the state-of-the-art County Square development in downtown Greenville."

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Lima One Capital


Whole Foods

Wholes Foods Market will be anchor tenant of the Greenville County Square development. "Whole Foods Market will add to the development's lively charm and represents the quality of the tenants we're targeting to drive economic growth while simultaneously answering public interest at Greenville County Square," said Patrick Leonard, RocaPoint Partners principal.

Whole Foods


Winter Update 2023

The "world class structure" that will serve generations of citizens is nearing completion. The Greenville Journal has details on how this building is the catalyst for $1 billion of future economic growth, and they have exclusive photos from inside the building as the projected Springtime opening approaches.

Greenville Journal

Winter 2023 Update


Summer Update 2022

The New County Administration building is already becoming an iconic symbol of pride for our community. This glass and steel catalyst for economic growth continues to draw praise for its beauty, and with such great progress being made we can now give you a look inside.

Also, go on a tour of the facility via the link from our local NBC affiliate.

Photo Gallery
Summer 2022 Update


Spring Update 2022

The County Administration building remains on schedule with significant visible and internal progress. Installation of electrical, mechanical and plumbing components is next as the project construction is expected to be completed by the end of the calendar year. Complete transition from current County Square site to the new facility is expected by Summer of 2023. Plans for development around the Administration building have been presented by RocaPoint Partners. Please see the GSA Business Report.

Summer Update 2021

Construction remains on a great pace as the steel beams for the County Administration office building are rising. Check out an updated story in the July Greenville Journal and view the time lapse video at any time.

Greenville Journal
Time Lapse Video
Summer 2021 Update

Groundbreaking Jan. 4, 2021

"This building will reflect the spirt of Greenville County."
On Jan. 4, groundbreaking was celebrated for the beautiful and iconic County Administrative building. Vertical construction has begun with expected completion in early 2023.
Renderings - Feb. 2020
Fact Sheet

Media Reports:
Upstate Business Journal
Greenville Journal
Post & Courier
Greenville News

Groundbreaking - Jan. 2021

Right on Schedule

The pandemic has not slowed down construction of the County Administration building or the rest of the University Ridge Development project. The Upstate Business Journal features the plans for the 37-acre "park-like" project.

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Right On Schedule

Summer Update 2020

Construction fencing is up and site work has begun on the area that will eventually house the County Administrative Building. Over the next few months, residents will see the groundwork being laid for a walkable environment that will be a vibrant extension to downtown Greenville.

Summer Construction

Community Presentation

In 2019, Greenville County and partners held several community meetings that included presentations and question and answer segments. The information presented is available here and includes topics relating to Zoning, Traffic, Process and Timing, and Objectives.

Community Presentation

State Offices

Several State of South Carolina government offices that are currently located on University Ridge will be relocated to 350 and 352 Halton Road in Greenville. Greenville County has executed a lease/purchase to provide approximately 240,000 square feet of office space to be used by DHEC, DSS, DHHS, DJJ, Family Court, Probation, Parole and Pardon, and more.

State Offices


This is the video submitted by RocaPoint that helped secure University Ridge development. The video was created in 2017, and while the general message remains very accurate, there are many details to be determined.

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Roca Point Video