Oversight of daily trash walk-down, community service detail, cutting grass on all sides of the street (from Williams Street to Chestnut and from Spring Street to Andrews Avcenue) tree pruning, leaf gathering, weed spraying, bench and trash can maintenance.
Our goal is to create a community of complimentary, specialty type businesses that
can grow from and support each other..
We provide tax credit information, business start-up assistance and a pathway to available property listings and contacts for certain state agencies such as the State Historic Preservation Society and NC Main Street Office.
When the board or business/property owners feel change is in order, the DDC initiates that change through proper channels representing the changing needs of the downtown district as a whole.
We provide these grants as a tool to encourage development of our historic structures. Grants are reviewed and approved by the Board in order to ensure as much consistency with design and coloration as possible. The grants are used for exterior front, rear and side facades, parking lot improvements, electrical reception transfer to the rear of buildings or for awnings and signage. Grant funds are paid upon receipt of paid invoices from the applicant. Grants funds are based on budgetary availability.
Special Events, cooperative newspaper ads, brochures about downtown, online marketing,
local business displays, presentations to local civic organizations and clubs, and appearance
on local radio and TV are all ways the DDC promotes functions, special downtown projects,
and information about Downtown Henderson as a whole.
Tues. June 26th at 6pm
If location is everything, Henderson has it — bragging rights, for one, to spectacular real estate and recreation on Kerr Lake (one of the largest reservoirs in the Southeastern United States, covering approximately 50,000 acres and bordered by over 850 miles of shoreline).
It's historic downtown (since 1841) is experiencing a revitalization, spurred by last year's opening of the 1000-seat McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center. Take a look around and notice not only the existing shopping, dining and worship choices, but also the retail and residential development opportunities available to the savvy investor.
The Charles Presentation
CITY COUNCIL APPROVES
LIGHT MANUFACTURING &
MICROBREWERIES FOR THE
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT
WE HAVE AFFORDABLE SPACE
Many congregations have called downtown home for over a century and new, smaller churches find it to be the perfect, central location to strengthen their church family.
Visit Downtown's Emrose Park & Art Gallery - Open Mon-Sat 9 to 6
Downtown Development News - Henderson Has Top Chefs
Two New Restaurants opened in downtown Henderson this Fall. (pictured left to right) Chef Ali Onsoy of George's, Chef Llew Sutton of Uncle Llew's (130 W. Montgomery St.) and Chef Cherie Pittman of Next Door Bistro (219 S. Garnett St.)
The January 2016 opening of the 1000-seat McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center in the heart of downtown was years-in-the-making and has sparked further revitalization and interest in the district. Programming is both multi-cultural and affordable.
Call the box office today at (252) 598-0662.
From big-name retail to legal and government offices, the district is brimming with commerce. Check out the list of residential, office and mixed-use properties who already call downtown home.
Downtown's Arts Council Open Monday-Saturday 9am-6pm
Graphic Designer Quintin Davis provides creative services for downtown merchants though NCWorks NextGen Program. Visit him at the Arts Council at 233 S. Garnett Street Monday-Saturday from 9-6 or email your requests to Kaine@DowntownDevelopment.org.
Free parking and clean streets await you as you visit the variety of retail and restaurant options within the downtown district. Furniture, appliances, fashion, copying, screen-printing and computers...
& Wyche St.
Betty B's Adds Hallmark Line
Longtime downtown gift shop and florist Betty B's recently became the official local Hallmark retailer.
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