Historic Buildings | Greer, SC

The following is a list of the collection of 40 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in the Greer Downtown Historic District:

North Main Street :


104 North Main Street , circa 1900 (Brick Vernacular)

Tire Exchange of Greer, Inc.

East Poinsett Street :

100 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1910 (Brick Vernacular)

Mims Law Firm

Originally First National Bank of Greer

102 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1930 (Brick Vernacular)

Gerard’s Restaurant

Originally Peoples Store

Company store for Victor Mill

107 E. Poinsett Street

Greer Florist

108 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1915 (Brick Vernacular)

Maude’s Antiques

Originally Peoples Store

Company store for Victor Mill

110 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Maude’s Antiques

Originally Drace Photographer

109-113 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1915 (Brick Vernacular)

Great Bay Oyster House (109 E. Poinsett)

Maiale - (111 E. Poinsett)

Talloni - (113 E. Poinsett)

Formerly Post Office location

115-117 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Security Finance Corp. (115 E. Poinsett)

Hot Java (117 E. Poinsett)

Originally Elmore Brothers Hotel & Café

119 E. Poinsett Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Dixie Shoe Shop

127 E. Poinsett Street , (Brick Vernacular)

Vacant

129 E. Poinsett Street , (Brick Vernacular)

Mutual Home Warehouse

Randall Street :

214 Randall Street , circa 1900 (Brick Vernacular)

Originally Wyatt & Payne Livery & Feed Stable

219 Randall Street , circa 1900 (Brick Vernacular)

John Rollins Law Office

221-223 Randall Street , (Brick Vernacular)

Utility Sales Company

Trade Street:

100 Trade Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Vacant

John Wells Photography

Originally Fews Barber Shop

101 Trade Street , 1921 (Neoclassical Revival)

B.A. Bennett & Co Insurance

Originally Planters Savings Bank

102 Trade Street , circa 1915

Netalytics

Sorelles

Originally a tire store

109-111 Trade Street , circa 1905 (Brick Vernacular)

Justin's Steakhouse (109 Trade)

Greer Chamber of Commerce (111 Trade)

Originally W.M. Thompson Hardware
112 Trade Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Bin112

Previously Elise Flemmings Dress Shop

116 Trade Street , circa 1920’s (Neoclassical Revival)

Vacant

Greer Bank and Trust

Also Bank of Greer

200 Trade Street , circa 1910 (Brick Vernacular)

The Vintage Jewelry

Curves

Originally R. L. Marchant Building

201 Trade Street , circa 1915 (Brick Vernacular)

Stewart’s Furniture Outlet

Originally the Bailey Building

204 Trade Street , circa 1926 (Brick Vernacular)

Trims on Trade

206 Trade Street , circa 1926 (Brick Vernacular)

National Finance Company

Originally A&P Grocery

207 Trade Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Formerly Harrill’s Clothing

208-210 Trade Street , circa 1929 (Brick Vernacular)

Formerly Bailes-Collins Department Store

209-211 Trade Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Trade Street Executive Center (211)

Vacant Building

212-214 Trade Street , circa 1915 (Stucco Vernacular)

Vacant

Cooper’s Antiques on Trade
215 Trade Street , circa 1915 (Brick Vernacular)

Greer Heritage Museum

Originally Wood and Mendenhaal Company

217 Trade Street , circa 1915, (Brick Vernacular)

Vacant

World Finance Company &

Spartanburg Herald Journal

Marked The Reese Building

218 Trade Street , circa 1911 (Stucco Vernacular)

Emery Executive Plaza

Formerly McLellan’s

219 Trade Street , circa 1935 (Stucco Vernacular)

Southern Thymes Restaurant

Originally H. Berlin (Men’s Store) 

221-223 Trade Street , circa 1935 (Brick Vernacular)

Southern Thymes Restaurant

222 Trade Street , circa 1916 (Brick Vernacular)

Smith & James

Occupied since construction

224 Trade Street , circa 1940 (Brick Vernacular)

Trade Street Place

225 Trade Street , circa 1935 (Brick Vernacular)

Bullock’s Barber Shop

228-230 Trade Street , circa 1900 (Brick Vernacular)

Fabrics and More (228 Trade)

& Events at the Davenport (230 Trade)

Marked The Davenport Building

300-302 Trade Street , circa 1900 (Neo-Classical)

Foothills Art & Glass (300 Trade)

302 Trade was once the Rialto Theatre

304-308 Trade Street , circa 1920 (Brick Vernacular)

Vacant

308 Trade once housed the post office

Victoria Street :

118-120 Victoria Street , circa 1930 (Brick Vernacular)
Victoria Place Salon