ECU, Elliott Sidewalk Communities Announce Partnership to Create Nation’s First Pacesetter Urban Hub
GREENVILLE, North Carolina (October 6, 2020) – A 19-acre master development project has been announced in the downtown Greenville area as a public-private partnership effort between East Carolina University and master developer Elliott Sidewalk Communities. Several other groups, including the Greenville – ENC Alliance, are involved in its long-term success.
“The more we can do to grow our research capabilities and development capabilities, the more jobs we’ll have here and the greater economic prosperity we’ll have here in Greenville and in Pitt County,” said Steve Weathers, President and CEO of the Greenville – ENC Alliance.
Intersect East, as it has been named, involves the Historic Warehouse District and includes three historic buildings on ECU’s campus. This project is part of the Innovation Campus, also known as the Millennial Campus, which includes the Warehouse District (22.3 acres), the Uptown area (19.04acres), the Health Science Campus (214.16 acres), and the Stratford Arms and Blount Fields (72.85 acres).
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