The City of Greenville Design Review Board has approved the revised 55 Camperdown Way project plans, but the approval came with conditions, one of which is have a balcony on the first-floor of office space in order to improve the view line from Main Street to the Liberty Bridge. The first-floor offices are on the second floor and is level with Main Street. The bottom floor, level with Falls Park, will have retail.
The new headquarters will occupy 57,000 square feet of office space on three floors of the ONE Building, where WYNIT plans to employ 200 people during the next several years. The company is relocating its headquarters from North Syracuse, N.Y., to Greenville, where WYNIT will house its customer service, purchasing, finance, marketing, logistics and parts of its IT teams.
The City of Greenville, Greenville County and Greenlink transit had applied for $12-$14 million to transform the Greenlink system from a local to a regional system with 10 electric buses, express routes and extended service hours.
The Bernard Osher Foundation has awarded a $1 million gift to Clemson University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), a continuing education and membership program for older adults.