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2 restaurants, entertainment venue to join $1 billion Greenville County Square, officials say

Officials released stunning photos Tuesday of what three new entertainment venues coming to the $1 billion redevelopment of Greenville County Square will look like.RocaPoint Partners announces Pins Mechanical, Fairway Social, and Agave Bandido have signed on to join the 40-acre mixed-use community underway in downtown Greenville. The entertainment and restaurant venues will join Whole Foods Market and The Perch Kitchen and Tap, officials said in a release.The development currently houses Greenville County’s newly opened 250,000-square-foot administrative building, designed by Foster and Partners. (Below video was published in June.)Earlier this year, RocaPoint Partners announced Whole Foods Market as the grocer anchor and The Perch Kitchen & Tap as the first F&B tenant. (See video above.) Lima One Capital also announced its relocation to Greenville County Square, more than doubling the company’s office space and adding 300 jobs to the local economy.”Each of these tenants offers something unique and exciting that we think the whole Greenville community will love,” Phil Mays, principal of RocaPoint Partners, said. “Whether it’s to shop for groceries, grab a bite to eat or engage in some competitive fun with friends, Greenville County Square is shaping up to be a vibrant, energy-driven destination from morning to night. Momentum is building, and we’re excited to welcome these tenants and announce several new ones soon.”Pins Mechanical will be the entertainment anchor, with a 24,366-square-foot social destination featuring duckpin bowling, more than 40 pinball machines, yard games, craft beers, classic cocktails and more. Pins Mechanical is expanding its presence into South Carolina with the launch of this Greenville location, with additional locations in Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee and Pennsylvania. Fairway Social will occupy 9,100 square feet at Greenville County Square with a full-service restaurant and bar, world-class golf simulators, putting course, arcade games and more. Built for all ages and skill levels, the thoughtfully designed destination focuses on fun and shared experiences. Other locations of Fairway Social include Alpharetta and Fayetteville, Georgia, with Greenville being its first in South Carolina.Agave Bandido will open as a 7,000-square-foot Mexican kitchen with authentic creations and handmade cocktails. The lively location will be heavily eventized with ladies’ nights and more. It’s “a contemporary spin on Mexican cuisine served in an ultra-sleek and trendy setting,” officials said. With a successful Florida location and one forthcoming in Atlanta, the Greenville location will mark Agave Bandido’s entrance into South Carolina.”Once complete, Greenville County Square will be a dynamic mixed-use community providing a vibrant environment for the community to shop, dine, work, live and explore,” officials said.

Officials released stunning photos Tuesday of what three new entertainment venues coming to the $1 billion redevelopment of Greenville County Square will look like.

RocaPoint Partners announces Pins Mechanical, Fairway Social, and Agave Bandido have signed on to join the 40-acre mixed-use community underway in downtown Greenville.

The entertainment and restaurant venues will join Whole Foods Market and The Perch Kitchen and Tap, officials said in a release.

The development currently houses Greenville County’s newly opened 250,000-square-foot administrative building, designed by Foster and Partners. (Below video was published in June.)

Earlier this year, RocaPoint Partners announced Whole Foods Market as the grocer anchor and The Perch Kitchen & Tap as the first F&B tenant. (See video above.) Lima One Capital also announced its relocation to Greenville County Square, more than doubling the company’s office space and adding 300 jobs to the local economy.

“Each of these tenants offers something unique and exciting that we think the whole Greenville community will love,” Phil Mays, principal of RocaPoint Partners, said. “Whether it’s to shop for groceries, grab a bite to eat or engage in some competitive fun with friends, Greenville County Square is shaping up to be a vibrant, energy-driven destination from morning to night. Momentum is building, and we’re excited to welcome these tenants and announce several new ones soon.”

Pins Mechanical will be the entertainment anchor, with a 24,366-square-foot social destination featuring duckpin bowling, more than 40 pinball machines, yard games, craft beers, classic cocktails and more. Pins Mechanical is expanding its presence into South Carolina with the launch of this Greenville location, with additional locations in Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee and Pennsylvania.

Fairway Social will occupy 9,100 square feet at Greenville County Square with a full-service restaurant and bar, world-class golf simulators, putting course, arcade games and more. Built for all ages and skill levels, the thoughtfully designed destination focuses on fun and shared experiences. Other locations of Fairway Social include Alpharetta and Fayetteville, Georgia, with Greenville being its first in South Carolina.

Agave Bandido will open as a 7,000-square-foot Mexican kitchen with authentic creations and handmade cocktails. The lively location will be heavily eventized with ladies’ nights and more. It’s “a contemporary spin on Mexican cuisine served in an ultra-sleek and trendy setting,” officials said. With a successful Florida location and one forthcoming in Atlanta, the Greenville location will mark Agave Bandido’s entrance into South Carolina.

“Once complete, Greenville County Square will be a dynamic mixed-use community providing a vibrant environment for the community to shop, dine, work, live and explore,” officials said.

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