Jul
26

Downtown Greenville Gears Up For Growth

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– journalwatchdog.com

After months of little construction downtown, there are signs that Greenville is pulling ahead of a tough economy.

“Construction actually started last week,” said Leigh Cooper, spokeswoman for Sullivan Management, a Columbia restaurant firm that plans to open Carolina Ale House in the former Kimbrell’s building later this year. “We love Greenville’s downtown, and are looking forward to being a part of it.”

Hiring the wait staff of about 250 for what will be Sullivan Management’s fourth Carolina Ale House – two in Columbia and one in Augusta, Ga. – will likely begin sometime in October. A management team will be solidified at least two to three months prior to that in order to complete training. The Greenville restaurant will be the 15th in the Carolina Ale House chain, which started in Raleigh, N.C., in 1999.

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