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Groundbreaking Held for Greenwood’s New Housing Development

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A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Tuesday, February 1, to commemorate the City of Greenwood’s newest housing development, East Village.

According to the development group, Brownstone, the East Village subdivision will be one of a kind, featuring beautifully landscaped entrances along Hwy 10 East.  When completed, the subdivision will consist of 251 new homes, approximately 2.5 miles of paved walking trail, and several pavilions located in the common areas.

Mayor Kinslow (R) is joined by local dignitaries and developers. (Photos courtesy of Peggy Barger)

Brownstone touted the subdivision’s curb appeal, noting the superior craftsmanship of unique homes with timeless style and modern amenities from farmhouse to craftsman style and more.

“Our homes are designed to meet your family’s needs from the Cottage Style (starting at 1,200 sf.) to mid-level homes (starting at 1,500 sf.) or estate-sized homes (starting at 1,800 SF.) A home is not just about the “house” but also the location and Greenwood just ‘Feels Like Home.'”

Area dignitaries, including Mayor Doug Kinslow, joined the team of developers for the event.

Local businessman, and candidate for State Representative District 47, Wade Dunn, was in attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony. Pictured with Dunn are Buddy Lloyd, Sean Lin, and Jamie Brown. (Photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Mayor Kinslow addresses those in attendance. (Photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
Chamber of Commerce President Bob Purvis (photo courtesy of Peggy Barger)
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