The Upstate SC

VOL12ISS2 2016

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VOLUME 10—ISSUE 1 47 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 12 — ISSUE 2 EASLEY improvements, off-street parking and infrastructure upgrades. A loft condominium in an old high school building is filling up and bringing residential living downtown, while new, or remodeled restaurants and shops are opening. Whether you find yourself in Easley as a resident, as a visitor, or just traveling through to another Upstate destination, you will discover that Easley has something to offer everyone. An excellent school system and all-inclusive recreational department provide sports programs and activities for all ages all year round. Travel to major cities is easy with access to Charlotte and Atlanta less than three hours away. "Easley continues to grow not only economically but also as a city dedicated to providing all residents, visitors, and travelers with the highest quality of life and wellbeing," said Cunningham. "We know our iconic southern city, complete with our smiling faces and beautiful places as the saying goes, will 'drawl' you back again and again and even become your permanent home." Located in the northwest Upstate area of South Carolina, Easley is the largest city in Pickens County, and has an estimated population of 20,000. It is a principal city of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area. Pickens County is home to Sassafras Mountain, the state's highest point at 3.548 feet while three lakes, Hartwell, Keowee and Jocassee, line the western edge of the county, known as the crown jewels of the Upstate area. [] 2001 East Main Street - Easley, SC 864-859-2693 Welcome Home to Easley

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