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We don’t hire large classes of lawyers and hope that most turn out well. Instead, Wyche lawyers are handpicked, one by one, to join this firm because each has the skills and accomplishments to be a part of our effort to provide unmatched service to our clients.
Wyche attorneys have played a key role in the development of many of the keystone projects in downtown Greenville and the upstate. Our attorneys have contributed counsel and vision to projects that include those shown below.
The Hyatt Hotel
Main Street in downtown Greenville had become a deserted area, but Tommy Wyche and other community leaders believed the area had potential. Tommy and the Wyche law firm played a key role in recruiting Hyatt to build an anchor hotel and in creating an innovative air rights statue that played a key role in the development, which began the revitalization of the downtown area.
Tommy Wyche helped to put together land from the Greenville Women’s College and Southern Bell to create Heritage Green, home to four museums, the Greenville Little Theater, and Greenville’s main library branch.
The Peace Center, a premier artistic theater, became a focal cultural point of downtown Greenville and the entire upstate area. Wyche law firm partners played a key role in leading and developing this game-changing facility.
The RiverPlace development along the Reedy River in downtown Greenville is a testament to Tommy Wyche’s vision. Before the river was an attraction, Tommy and the Wyche firm put together property for the development piece by piece. The site is now a thriving entertainment, dining, office, and artistic center of Greenville.
Tommy Wyche and the Wyche law firm provided vision, planning, and encouragement that helped to bring South Carolina’s Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities to Greenville. Tommy also played a key role in the site selection for the school.
Tommy Wyche worked with other Greenville leaders behind the scenes for many years to ensure the financial and legal backing was in place to bring a world-class arena to downtown Greenville. Thanks in large part to his vision, the Bi-Lo Center (now the Bon Secours Wellness Arena) opened in 1998.
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