Downtown and north Columbia might soon get a big boost as work has begun on a 20-acre park at BullStreet that supporters say will raise the area’s property values and quality of life. The public park also will build momentum for BullStreet, the effort to redevelop the 181-acre former S.C. State Hospital campus. Workers this […]
The State Newspaper shared plans released recently by Downtown Church, revealing designs for a beautiful indoor/outdoor space that can be used for services, concerts, events, meetings, weddings and more. “Downtown Church, the laid-back Presbyterian-affiliated church that likes to take coffee breaks in the middle of services so congregants can mingle, offered the first peek Monday […]
Columbia Regional Business Report covered the recent BullStreet Commission meeting and released an in-depth update on the BullStreet Neighborhood: “What’s amazing is how much property is there. I think a lot of people don’t realize it,” says Whisnant, who hears exclamations at the size of the available land along with admiration of the care taken […]
On August 21, 2017 the Columbia Fireflies Minor League Baseball team broke attendance records at Spirit Communications Park at BullStreet by hosting a total solar eclipse viewing event during their afternoon game against the Rome Braves, drawing 9,629 fans to enjoy the historic phenomenon in the “Total Eclipse Capital of the East Coast.” Because Columbia, […]
Hughes Development Corporation unveils new approach for retail development at the BullStreet Neighborhood in Columbia, S.C.
Hughes Development Corporation, the master developer of the 181-acre BullStreet Neighborhood, has updated its development strategy for the 30-acre parcel known as the Commons at BullStreet.
With a crowd of 3,276 Monday night, the Columbia Fireflies baseball team broke its single-season attendance record of 261,276 fans.
After Monday, the current attendance number stands at 261,691 despite losing four games to inclement weather. Columbia still has 13 more home games this season.
The BullStreet Neighborhood has received key federal and city approval to implement a new storm water management plan to reduce downstream flooding in some areas during storms, and recreate natural habitat by bringing Smith Branch Creek to the surface on the property while also creating a two-acre pond within the planned 20-acre public park.
Why preserve historic buildings when you’re starting from scratch to build an entirely new downtown neighborhood? Because history is cool.
What are we building for 2037? Check out this video about the BullStreet Neighborhood, with footage of new construction, historic renovations, and ways people are enjoying Columbia’s next great downtown neighborhood now. This brand film by Cinema Couture Films features interviews with the following: Robert Hughes – President, Hughes Development Corporation John Sherrer – Director of […]
The second BullStreet neighborhood residential project in as many months was announced; the latest is Merrill Gardens at BullStreet, an intergenerational seniors’ community featuring independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments.