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Victoria Cottle

Did You Hear That Rumble?

You may have already heard that the new United Community Bank site is coming.

But, you also may have heard some, well, rumbling. And I promise you, it wasn’t Winnie The Pooh and his “rumbly tumbly”.

Beginning today, they started blasting the site for the bank. That process is going to continue for about the next 2 or 3 weeks so they can start the whole construction process.

If you live near it, you should have received a notification. But, there may be others of you that heard a little something odd today. And I wanted to be the one to reassure you that you aren’t dreaming!

Ready to talk about selling or purchasing your home right here in the Upstate? Then you need an aggressive realtor. And, you’ve found one!

My email is thevictoriacottlegroup@gmail.com, and my direct phone is (864) 275-3953.

And Did You Know……

There are upcoming changes to 5 Greenville parks – improvements, traffic changes. Community centers and more!

Here are the parks who are affected:

Holmes Park:

  • New aluminum picnic shelter
  • Updated parking lot with new landscaping
  • Tennis court rehabilitation

McPherson Park:

  • Reconstruction of tennis courts
  • New tennis court fence

Newtown Park:

  • Reconstruction of the basketball court

Cleveland Park:

  • New pickleball court
  • Reconstruction of the basketball + tennis courts
  • Updated parking

Gower Park:

  • New dedicated pickleball court
  • Reconstruction of basketball + tennis courts
  • New parking lot + landscaping

And Did You ALSO Know……

I mentioned this last time, but wanted to make you VERY WELL AWARE you can shop online with many, many, many of your favorite Greenville shops? And yes, that includes West End and even Downtown – without even having to get off your couch. Check out Surcee – the site has been incredibly detrimental to our local businesses – and anything you order can be shipped right to your door! Stay in your pjs (one of my personal favorite things to do from time to time), and help out our local businesses. And, in case you were wondering, you can shop directly with local women-owned businesses through this site too!

Around Greenville!

Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays | Fri., March 25 | 5:30-9:30 p.m. | NOMA Square | Rock out to your favorite hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s, with the Second Time Around Band + grab a bite from the Cluk Truk. ?

The Flower Bar, an interactive floral design studio + wine bar, is coming to Spartanburg this May at 449 E. Main St., near Moe’s Southwest Grill and Chicken Salad Chick. Enjoy wine slushies, floral arrangement workshops, and fresh flowers for purchase. ? (The Post and Courier Greenville)

Living Gallery will be back for the Easter season at Bob Jones University’s Rodeheaver Auditorium from Thurs., April 14-Sat., April 16. This unique production combines original drama, stirring music, and lifesize recreations of classic works of art featuring live models to tell the story of Christ.

$500,000. That’s how much Miracle Hill Ministries raised for homeless children and adults at its annual fundraising banquet last week at the Greenville Convention Center. The funds will support various Miracle Hill programs including four rescue missions, 16 transitional housing facilities, eight thrift stores, and a foster care community. (Greenville Journal)

Local Greenville SC News

Attention parents: Registration is open for spring swim lessons at the YMCA of Greenville, happening from Apr. 11-June 4. Swim lessons are for ages 6 months to adults ($60-200) where swimmers can learn everything from introducing infants to the aquatic environment to basic strokes. Prices vary for members and non-members. ??

Piedmont’s Mill Village, located between Greenville and Anderson, is slated for a new housing development + renovations on the old Mercantile building. Development temporarily halted in 2019,but construction on the housing development is set to begin this summer and interior demolition on the Mercantile building will start this month. (WPSA)

About Victoria

 People are on the move and I am ready to help you buy or sell in the Greenville area. Please contact Victoria Cottle by email thevictoriacottlegroup@gmail.com or call (864) 275-3953 for your real estate needs in the Upstate of South Carolina! You can also always follow me on Facebook!

Victoria Cottle is a Realtor® in the Greenville South Carolina area and if you, a friend, or a family member need assistance with selling or buying a home I can help. Referrals and people needing relocation assistance are welcome! Search Single Family homes in Greenville. Search Condos and Townhomes in Greenville.

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