The development would be built on close to nine acres at the northern entrance to Simpsonville's downtown. It would also include roughly two acres of commercial space between the homes and NE Main Street.
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For seven years, Spero Conits has been engaged in a legal battle with the city of Greenville over its refusal to let him rebuild on the flat land at the corner of East Stone Avenue and East North Street.
For seven years, Spero Conits has been engaged in a legal battle with the city of Greenville over its refusal to let him rebuild on the flat land at the corner of East Stone Avenue and East North Street. Read more
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