Mauldin has grown up over the years without a defined downtown district. In 2012, the City of Mauldin approved an innovative Master Plan that presents a strategic approach to redevelopment of a portion of the city’s traditional center as a dedicated "downtown district". Since then, the City has been working hard to make this plan a reality.
The plan calls for opening up sites for multi-use development that mirrors traditional downtown architecture and modern design. All of this is centered around a large Town Green facing North Main Street. The entire proposed area covers a little over 12 acres bounded by Jenkins Street and East Butler Road to its west and east, and North Main Street and the Carolina Piedmont Railroad to its south and north.
The Master Plan calls for a myriad of shops, restaurants, and housing - filling some gaps in Mauldin's market.
The City is continually working on this plan, and positive progress is being made. Stay tuned for more information!
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