Infill Development

What Is Infill?


Infill is new development or redevelopment of vacant or underutilized land within existing developed areas.
Source: Municipal Research & Service Center (MRSC) of Washington, Infill Development: Completing the Community Fabric, 04-09

Residential Infill Task Force


This Task Force was formed by the City Council after receiving feedback from residents that there were a large number of infill projects underway and that people were concerned about what the impact on existing neighborhoods. Their mission is to seek a balance that maintains the character and integrity of Greenville’s neighborhoods while allowing growth and promoting good infill development. The City Council adopted Residential Infill Standards by Ordinance in August 2014, and subsequently adopted modifications to the Standards in January 2015.  The Infill Committee continues to meet to evaluate and fine tune these regulations.

Task Force Members

Member Organization Title

Thomas Croft

Croft Architecture

Residential Architect

John Edwards

LS3P Residential

Residential Architect

David Crigler

Prudential C. Dan Joyner

Realtor

Amanda Jones

Coldwell Bank Caine

Realtor

Michael Dey

Home Builders Association of Greenville


 

Bruce Felton

Sadler Company

Single Family Builder


Trey Cole

Trey Cole Design


Renovator/Builder


Matt Ruth

Moebius LLC

Renovator

Matthew Johnson

Ogletree Deakins

Planning Commission


Deborah McKetty


Community Works

Neighborhood

Wil Brasington

Alta Vista


Neighborhood

Robert Benedict

Hampton Pinckney


Neighborhood

Robert Bainbridge


North Main


Neighborhood

David Mitchell


Overbrook

Neighborhood

Jil Littlejohn    


 

City Council


Amy Ryberg Doyle

 

City Council