#YeahTHATAgenda: Westfield Event Space Opening, Bertolo's Expanding, J. Crew Closing, New Sculpture in West GVL, Robot Hotel Lays Off Robots
Jan 15, 2019 08:59AM
● By Chris Haire
Enter Westfield, an event space from Paula Rallis, the local real estate developer, travel and lifestyle blogger, and member of the Rallis Holdings team, the group most recently responsible for the NorthPointe Standard redevelopment and the Revel event space.
A 20,000 square foot venue adjacent to the Swamp Rabbit Trail, Westfield is approximately a month out from opening, Rallis says, and bookings are already coming in for the space for this year and the next.
The former owner of The Scout Guide, Rallis has teamed up with Farrah Redmon of Farrah Redmon Events, a Greenville-based event planning company, in launching Westfield.
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Pardon our dust, Village of West Greenville! We're excited at the progress being made to extend the plaza at Branwood Street and Perry Avenue. This community gathering spot will be home to an amazing @BlessingHancock sculpture, scheduled for installation in April. pic.twitter.com/82zVzEvXCa— City of Greenville (@CityGreenville) January 14, 2019