Upstate Headlines: A new look for downtown visitors center

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A collection of the top Upstate headlines for the week of March 30, 2015.

A new look for downtown visitors center– New conceptual plans have been unveiled fro Reedy Point, a long-envisioned multipurpose tourism complex bordering the Reedy River downtown at the entrance to the Swamp Rabbit Trail…

Developers moving ahead with Camperdown offices– Developers planning to demolish The Greenville News complex and two adjacent Main Street buildings are asking a city panel to approve the design of a four-story office building, with revisions they will present at a Wednesday meeting…

Table 301 to squeeze Southern Pressed Juicery into ONE– Table 301 unveiled its latest restaurant concept this week: a cold-pressed raw juice bar called Southern Pressed Juicery, located at the ONE building in downtown Greenville near Orvis and Brooks Brothers…

Helping Hands in 3-D– At Hughes Academy and Gettys Middle School, 3-D printers are coming in handy as students use them to design and print $50 mechanical hands to donate to children around the world…

The next steps– The Who’s Who winners weigh in on the current state of the Upstate, and look ahead to how best to take on future challenges and opportunities…

O’Neal, Inc. Expanding Greenville County Operations– O’Neal, Inc., an integrated engineering and construction company, is expanding its existing Greenville County headquarters. The company’s $5 million investment is expected to generate 60 new jobs in Greenville, S.C…

Grubb Properties Link Apartments West End Groundbreaking– Grubb Properties held the groundbreaking ceremony for its Link Apartments West End on March 27 at 5 p.m. at the corner of River and Rhett Streets. The ceremony included a traditional groundbreaking event, as well as feature a fledgling partnership with the Swamp Rabbit Trail, a multi-use greenway managed by Greenville County Recreation Department and sponsored by the Greenville Health System…