Update October 1st: We went by to snap some photos, and this place is looking amazing. It’s a lot bigger in person than it probably looks from the photos. There’s a really nice area between the two main buildings that has sort of a built-in stage for musical performances, and a decent size courtyard along the front with synthetic turf. If you look at the original renderings, there is supposed to be a rooftop area on the building closest to Academy street, but from what we’re seeing, it looks like it may have been moved to the other building. If you look closely you can see a newly-constructed rooftop access door at the very right side of the building. There appears to be parking lots on either side, as well as across the street from the venue.

In its early days, Markley Street in downtown Greenville was in the business hub of the Upstate. The train would pull in with raw materials, like cotton and lumber, and pull out with finished goods to ship throughout the world. This is where people met, deals were made and commerce was conducted. And it will be again.

Markley Station is an urban revitalization project in Greenville’s historic West End. It is destined to be the next great retail and office experience in the Upstate. Historic buildings blended with timeless finishes will house forward-thinking companies to make a unique and inviting asset like nowhere else in Greenville.

Markley Station is located in the heart of Greenville’s bustling West End. It’s just two blocks off Main Street and a short stroll from numerous restaurants, amenities, and Fluor Field: home of the Greenville Drive baseball.  With ample on-site parking, Markley Station offers an ease of accessibility within a highly-desired interactive location that is at a premium in Downtown Greenville.

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