Unity Park Budget Approved


Council members approved the Unity Park budget and sale of hospitality tax bonds for the 60-acre project on Greenville’s West Side. The bond transaction must be closed by April 16 to capitalize on extraordinarily good interest rates, twenty-year fixed at 1.71 percent. The bonds have no pre-payment penalty, allowing the City a measure of flexibility to terminate the project if conditions require such an action.

Unity Park is progressing: Here are 10 things to know going into 2020

Dec 16, 2019

Greenville's vision for Unity Park is progressing with dirt moving, businesses opening and millions of dollars raised to transform 65 acres of a flood-prone former dumping ground into a civic crown jewel. As the year comes to a close that saw public works finally demolished to clear the way for the park, the city has provided a comprehensive update on what has been accomplished so far and what to expect in the coming weeks and months. (The Greenville News)



Michelin Corporate Foundation  
Michelin Green - $1,000,000

Duke Energy Foundation  
Duke Energy Outdoor Classroom - $500,000

Craig & Vicki Brown  
Mayberry Field - $500,000

Auro Hotels  
Auro Bridge - $500,000

Tower Observation Deck   - $500,000

Tower Plaza   - $500,000

Walking Trails   - $500,000

Greenville Water  
Greenville Water Splash Ground

SYNNEX Corporation  
SYNNEX Share the Magic Playground - $250,000

Welcome Center   - $250,000

Splash Garden   - $250,000

Wayne Trotter  
Ann Trotter Natural Playground - land for affordable housing

Children's Music Garden   - $100,000

Community Foundation   - $100,000

Greenville Women Giving   - $100,000

TD Charitable Foundation  
affordable housing grant - $50,000