Located in the northwest region of South Carolina, Greenville offers many unique attractions. Great museums, we have it; great music scene, live events, and festivals –check; beautiful parks, outdoor activities, family-friendly destinations – many.
Downtown Greenville, SC
It’s hard to describe Downtown Greenville in a few words. Downtown Greenville is full of exciting things to do and see. From restaurants, nightlife, theater and museums, there’s just always something to do here. Downtown Greenville is the Upstate’s most popular destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. And it’s living up to its name because it has received a lot of recognitions and award from various national publications over the years: Top 10 Best Downtowns in the country (Livability); Top 10 Fastest Growing Cities in the U.S. (CNN Money); 3rd Strongest Job Market, 2010 (Bloomberg); 13th Best City for Young Professionals (Forbes).
Greenville SC’s downtown is the perfect place to soak up the excitement because day and night, the city center buzzes with energy and opportunities. Dowtown Greenville offers wide sidewalks, streetside dining, outdoor plazas, pedestrian-friendly atmosphere, lush tree-lined Main Street, gorgeous Falls Park where you can see the award-winning Liberty Bridge, and more.
Here you will find locals, downtown Greenville residents, and visitors among a multitude of restaurants, shops, performance venues, museums, and galleries.
Home to a diverse range of business and industry, Greenville County has grown into a large and diverse metropolitan area and considered to be the ‘economic engine of South Carolina’.
Greenville market may be considered a medium-sized market, but it has more corporate headquarters than any other region in the state. We have Fortune 500 companies including 3M, Lockheed, and GE. Businesses are drawn to Greenville because of low tax rates, market accessibility, and excellent workforce.
As further proof of Greenville’s strong economic growth, Greenville County has produced 8,940 new jobs and over $1.2 Billion in new capital investment in the last five years.