Our Story

The Commons was designed to create a “pedestrian— and family friendly gathering space” where the energy of downtown meets the enjoyment of relaxed entertainment and recreation.
A Community

The journey that would later become known as The Commons began in 2015. It all started when three good friends met on Welborn Street to look at a row of dilapidated warehouses. Despite the desolate surroundings exaggerated by the lifeless appearance of mid winter, an idea was born. They desired to create a community, a place where families could gather. A place anchored by the river, accessed by the trail, and centered around authentic creations. A refuge for those seeking a community that will inspire healthy pursuits.


Modern + original

Thus The Commons was born. This development is a modern collective that’s breathing new life into the West End of Greenville’s history and culture.

Once home to Greenco Beverage distributing Co, the 71-year-old building will be restored to its original glory and will live on as the home to an artisanal food and beverage hall housing extraordinary local concepts coupled with unique retail and office space.



Greenvillians can find craft libations at Community Tap, fresh-baked breads and sweets at SC Bake Room, sinfully delicious concoctions at Methodical Coffee, and the tastes of local fare reminiscent of the pop-up food phenomenon and hometown cuisine at Automatic Taco and GB&D.


Our 12,000 square-foot vibrant food hall with open dining, outdoor seating, inviting green space and direct access to one of Greenville’s greatest natural resource -The Swamp Rabbit Trail.
The Swamp Rabbit Trail and Reedy River will be routed alongside 65 acres of green space with foot bridge access directly to The Commons.