Sunday, April 28, 2013

Main Street Greenville’s Upper Floor Building Tour

Sneak-peek: one of the many details located inside the
featured buildings on the Upper Floor Tour, presented
by Main Street Greenville on Friday, May 3 from 6-9 pm.
Have you ever wondered what is on the upper levels of our historic downtown buildings? If so, you will want to be part of the First Friday Upper Floor Tour on Friday, May 3rd to see and discover these hidden locations! This amazing tour will take place from 6-9 pm and will include 4 upper floor locations and 1 bonus location in downtown!

The following buildings will be featured on the tour this year: 120 W. Third St. (current home to Third Street Market & elementsLife), 410 S. Broadway (current home to Brenda’s Beanery), 527 S. Broadway (current home to Montage Café), 613 S. Broadway (current home to Greenville Boy’s and Girl’s Club). The bonus location is open to the public and no ticket is necessary – Public Square (The City of Greenville Municipal Building located at 100 Public Square).

Pre-sale tickets are $5.00 each and are available at Sadie Grace, Brenda’s Beanery, Granny's Corner, Bread of Life, or the Main Street Greenville office (2nd story of the Palace Building). Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $8.00 the evening of the event at any of the five tour stops. Also, since it is "First Friday", downtown businesses will be open late!

Mote and Associates, Inc. sponsor this fourth annual Upper Floor Building Tour, a professional design firm specializing in civil engineering and land surveying. The tour is presented by Main Street Greenville in collaboration with Historic Preservation Month to bring awareness and respect to our built environment.

"First Fridays" is a monthly event presented by Main Street Greenville-a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and grown in historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more, visit or call Amber Garrett (Executive Director) at 937-548-4998.

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