Aug
20

Greenville Eyes State Incentives to Lure Office Tenants Downtown

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– The State

Beyond streams of leisure seekers in downtown Greenville are acres of empty office space, a void that’s raising concerns about the city’s economic stability and spurring an all-hands-on-deck effort to lure tenants.

More than 22 percent of downtown’s 3.4 million square feet in office space was available in the second quarter, according to CB Richard Ellis/The Furman Co.

That compares to 15.8 percent in Columbia and 10.8 percent in Charlotte, according to the firm’s second-quarter reports for each market.

The city, downtown owners and economic development groups have joined forces to market the property, in part by using a local firm that’s creating virtual tours to seed interest.

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