Always on

You’ll always find something to explore at BullStreet

Always On. Just Like You.

BullStreet is built on New Urbanist principles that help walkability blend with workability, shopping with sportsmanship, and life with living. The vision for BullStreet is a district that invites you to play as hard as you work. Always on. Just like you. Enjoy the park, host a client, hit an event with friends or take a nice stroll home in a setting designed with you in mind. With 181 urban acres to explore, you’ll find your next adventure right in your own backyard.

An Inviting City. An incredible experience.

BullStreet is known as the largest urban redevelopment on the East Coast, making it the epitome of the new urban playground. Easily accessible to three major interstates, it sits as the gateway to Columbia, S.C., where infinite opportunities await. Hundreds of miles of trails, three rivers converging downtown, a bevy of festivals, a dynamic music scene, historic landmarks, Gamecock sports and Fireflies baseball are just outside your front door — where the natural awe of the great outdoors blends beautifully with truly Southern culture. In the heart of South Carolina, tradition and tomorrow pair perfectly in Columbia.

Featured Amenities

A community event space (with baseball)

2016 "BallPark of the Year," Segra Park is at the heart of the BullStreet Neighborhood and is home to the Columbia Fireflies, a Kansas City Royals affiliate that's hosted more than 1.1 million fans. Almost every weekend is filled with things to do at the Fireflies stadium. From baseball to beer festivals, the stadium has become the heart of the BullStreet district and a place for people to meet up for a lunchtime game or bring the kids for a fun-filled night.

Natural oasis in an urban setting

Everywhere you walk in BullStreet will be a stone’s throw away from green space and the great outdoors. Have a tranquil moment by the water, bring your dog to the park, or take a jog under our tree-lined streets.

BullStreet’s newest amenity invites you to rediscover recreation — every single acre of it. This 20-acre park named for Page Ellington, a self-taught African American architect and builder, features a 2-acre pond, the newly daylighted and restored Smith Branch Creek, a fenced dog park and ample green space for hours of recreation. Page Ellington Park joins Columbia, S.C.’s ever expanding list of beautiful locations to enjoy the outdoors all year round. Time to play.

“We love being a part of BullStreet. The ballpark is open 365 days a year and there’s a ton of green space at BullStreet. So, we encourage people to just come enjoy it.” - Abby Naas Anderson, former Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations at the Columbia Fireflies


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