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Sweet Sippin’ helps make designs for rooftop bar place on Augusta Avenue

The craft beer and wine bar Sweet Sippin’ is looking to develop with a new rooftop bar on Augusta Road in downtown Greenville.

Sweet Sippin’ operator Julie Redman and Equip Studio project supervisor Emily Heezan submitted designs to Greenville’s Design and style Evaluate Board to insert a rooftop room to its planned new location at 21 Augusta St., which is at present occupied by Cocobella Boutique.

The programs will go in advance of the Layout Evaluation Board on Jan. 7.

Sweet Sippin’ currently operates a person locale at 103 W. Curtis St. in Simpsonville and a further in just Collect GVL at 126 Augusta St., the latter of which will shift operations to the new rooftop area pending approval from the Style and design Review Board.

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The wine bar is the initial business enterprise to formally announce its inclusion in the new improvement on Augusta Road in the operates by Patel Hines Growth and leasing business Spencer Hines Qualities.

In addition to Sweet Sippin,’ the designs for the development in its current form would consist of two far more units going through Augusta Street, with two more downstairs units. The three road-experiencing models would also be connected by a typical corridor that leads out, via a again door, into outdoor inexperienced area, which will be crafted about the present parking lot region that sits beside Eggs Up Grill.

“We considered it would be a very thriving idea, just for the reason that a large amount of the dining places downtown have so much square footage that they genuinely do not want,” stated developer Zach Hines of Spencer Hines Qualities. “To have an option that is a lesser indoor house but a seriously cool out of doors typical location that everyone could use for out of doors seating, entertainment, great songs functions — we just imagined that was exclusive and best for downtown.”