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An aerial view of the downtown Greenville area looking north along Greene Street towards the Town Common. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)

An aerial view of the downtown Greenville area looking north along Greene Street towards the Town Common. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)

Feds search for downtown site

By K.J. Williams

The Daily Reflector

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The federal government's reason for its search for a downtown-area site to lease is being kept under wraps.

It won't be a holiday season surprise, either. There's no telling when this secret can be revealed. However, the government does specify that it must take occupancy of the building by Dec. 1, 2013.


Philip Perry, the national broker contractor for the project, said in a Tuesday e-mail that he was “not at liberty to comment on the procurement.”

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The Thugs better start Running LOL!!

I am so thankful the Feds are putting a building in Downtown Greenville. For one, it will finally take care of our, ummm problem in the city!! Obviously the local PD can't do it, so send in the FEDS, I lOVE IT!!! The other benefit of a Fed building being places in Downtown is the HUGE boost to the Downtown economy. This will bring in many nice restaurants / businesses to the area. In another 10 years we won't be able to recognize the downtown area, for the better. A message to the low life’s/THUGS of Greenville, You can Run, But you can't hide much LONGER LOL!!

maybe jp knows more than the

maybe jp knows more than the writer of this article. what will this fed building be used for? do we really need it? is this just another pork deal? why greenville? this article has left us with far more questions than answers.

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