Hammett Street Market – a new food hall in Greenville, SC

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The contrast is exciting. We are bringing something modern to a development that will also preserve the historic 'textile capital of the world' for future generations to enjoy.

Jeff Schniers - Contour Companies

Food halls are thriving in popularity across the country, and Greenville is not one to be excluded from a happening trend. With other food halls in discussions for Greenville, Contour Companies has taken a unique approach with theirs that will match the look and feel of the American Spinning Mill, preserving the historic intent of the property. 

This 30,000 sq. ft. modern food hall (about half the size of a football field) will sit adjacent to the former American Spinning Mill – which will be converted into 280 Class-A apartments during Phase One of development.

The American Spinning Company was organized in 1895 by Oscar Sampson, James Orr, and Jacob Cagle. The company began in a two-story wooden building but quickly grew into the brick building pictured above, built in 1902, and was operational until June 27, 1990. At one point, the mill’s surrounding village was home to 2,000+ people. You can see more photos of the mill + the folks who called the area home here.  Also, be sure to visit the project page or Instagram feed for further updates to the project from Contour Companies.

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Floor plan of Hammett Street Market courtesy of SVN | BlackStream

SVN | BlackStream is currently searching for a brewery or taproom and eleven restaurants or food vendors looking to participate in this endeavour. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a tenant, contact Courtney Pitts via email or call (864) 800-3953