Jack Brown’s Beer and Burger Joint will soon join the growing list of businesses located in Uptown Greenville along Dickinson Avenue. With 10 existing locations in Virginia, Tennessee, and Alabama, Greenville was a perfect fit.Read More
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A representative from the N.C. Chamber Foundation presented PCC officals with a certificate stating Pitt County has met Work Ready criteria. The Work Ready initiative is a collaborative effort aimed at leveraging data and analysis tools to promote economic growth in North Carolina.
Office of Economic Development gave an update that Retail Strategies already has contacted 65 retailers and project developers in their efforts to bring more retail to the Greenville-MSA.Read More
Red Shark Digital a full-service marketing agency is relocating downtown with an assist from the City of Greenville's Office of Economic Development's Moneyball strategy that helps startup companies grow flagship operations in Greenville with an eye toward further employment and more diversified center city development.Read More
DEV/Con ,a developer convention, was hosted to bring together local and outside investors to show them the Imperial site and other development opportunities in Greenville, NCRead More
Placmaking is a multi-faceted approach to the planning, design and management of public space. The review discusses how it benefits the community and oftentimes economic development.Read More
The Greenville City Council approved DFI’s mixed-use design for the Imperial Tobacco site and will now solicit proposals from developers to redevelop the site.Read More
The $200,000 grant is intended for brownfield site revitalization to help our local government redevelop vacant and unused properties, transforming the community and local economy.Read More
Caremaster, LLC, a local building restoration company, just received a grant for over $150,000 through the Building Reuse Grant program to expand its operations in Greenville.Read More
The Economic Development Committee met to discuss a variety of things, one being a possible business park for Greenville.Read More