Motorists frustrated with downtown parking neared some relief Tuesday when the Greenville Redevelopment Commission voted in favor of a parking deck at the corner of Cotanche and Fourth streets.
In a recommendation likely to pass the City Council next week, the commission unanimously supported transforming the city-owned Moseley Lot — which studies show as frequently under used — into a four-story parking garage.
The 120-by-190-foot deck would provide an additional 256 spaces, cost $3.8 million to build, take six months to construct and generate more than $175,000 in annual revenue for the city, Greenville Economic Development Officer Carl Rees said.
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