Current Projects and Buildings in Use in the BullStreet District
An overview of what’s happening across the 181-acre district
Summer 2021

There is always a project in progress at the BullStreet District in downtown Columbia, S.C. This spring, there are seven construction crews on site (with more to follow this summer). With 181 acres and 3.3 million square feet of space, the BullStreet District is roughly the same size as the entire office market in the central business district of Greenville, S.C. The annual economic impact of the district — known as the largest urban redevelopment project on the East Coast — is expected to be $1.2 billion upon completion. S.C.’s first urban gigabit community, the BullStreet District is home to high tech companies, a coworking space, multiple special event spaces, an award-winning baseball stadium and much more.

• 2+ miles of new underground infrastructure and more than 1 mile of new roadway, with all-new water, sewer, power, gas and gigabit internet under the roads.
• 1st urban gigabit community in South Carolina (1000 Mbps internet speed, 100 times faster than the national average of 10 Mbps)
• New roads for jogging, walking your dog, cycling: Boyce Street, Saunders Street, Freed Street, Talley Street, Fig Street, McLeese Street, McClennan Street.

Segra Park (f.k.a. Spirit Communications Park)
• Home to the Columbia Fireflies Minor League Baseball team.
• Events are hosted at the stadium and in the club lounge, from charity walks and events to receptions and parties.
• Awarded 2016 Ballpark of the Year and Class A Ballpark of the Decade in 2019 by BallPark Digest.
• More than 1.3 million baseball and special event guests thus far.
• Open as a public park daily from 7:00 a.m. until dark except for during games and events.
o Things you can do now at the park:
 Walk the 1/3 mile track around the stadium concourse.
 Run stairs in the stadium.
 Eat lunch at a table or in the stands.
 Chill in a lawn chair in the grass in the outfield.
• A Blue Bike share station is now located on the ballpark entrance plaza, per a partnership between the City of Columbia and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina.
• Owned by the City of Columbia, leased and managed by Hardball Capital.