Hartness Announces Fresh Fridays at Hartness
Greenville, S.C. - Hartness, a new 444-acre urban village located on South Highway 14 between Pelham and Woodruff roads, announces Fresh Fridays at Hartness. Taking place on the third Friday of each month this summer, Fresh Fridays at Hartness will see the beautiful Grand Lawn come alive for an open-air market featuring a variety of local farmers, specialty artisans, live entertainment and more.
Those attending Fresh Fridays at Hartness on June 18th will enjoy live music by Spencer Rush and featured artisans and merchants will include The Community Tap, Create A Cutie, Dog Portraits by Natalie, Genevieve Sheridan, Gifted Hands Artisan Soap, Get Naked Bath Goodies, Humble Roots, Jessica Reynolds Art, Mercy Verity Candles, Mill Village Farms, The Nomadik Few, Rivers Peaches, Shwetha’s Jewels, Southern Pressed Juicery, Stoneman’s Bee Farm, Synergy Coffee and ThoroughFARE Food Truck.
Fresh Fridays at Hartness will take place on The Grand Lawn from 5:30 - 8:30 PM on June 18, July 16 and August 20. Located at 2000 Society Street on Greenville’s Eastside, this is a free event and tickets are not required. For more information, visit HartnessLiving.com and follow @HartnessLiving on Instagram and Facebook. About Hartness Hartness is a new 444-acre urban village offering residences and homesites connected by lush pathways, green streets and community gathering spaces. It also boasts unique amenities including the Grand Lawn, the Sports Garden, a fitness center, 15 miles of outdoor trails throughout the development’s 175 undeveloped acres, and many sparkling lakes and ponds. Additional amenities will include tennis courts, a community clubhouse, and multiple resort-style pools. Located within the village and opening for Hartness residents and the public alike to enjoy will be The Village Center, home to a variety of specialty retail shops and casual and fine dining, and Hotel Hartness. Hartness is located on South Highway 14 between Pelham and Woodruff roads - conveniently located on Greenville’s urban edge adjacent to the I-85 corridor, ten miles from downtown and five miles from GSP Airport. For more information on Hartness, visit www.hartnessliving.com.