112 Trade Street

Title

112 Trade Street

Subject

Building/business history

Description

Occupants and history of 112 Trade Street

Text

1898-1911: grocery

  • Sanborn fire maps in 1898, 1904, and 1911 show a single-story brick building here, listed as a grocery store. The building is the same width, but a bit shorter.
  • The 1922 map just calls it a "store." The 1930 map does as well, but on that map it has been "stretched" to match its current length. 

1959: Cato's Women's Clothing

1969: Elsie Fleming Shop

  • The 1969 city directory lists Elsie Fleming Shop as occupant.
  • Miss Elsie Fleming's store sold fine women's clothing. "Miss Elsie" dressed brides and Peach Festival Queens.
  • Listed as occupant in 1973 deed:
    • Nell Black, Deed Book 977, Page 143, 1973-06-19. Deed document at Greenville County microfilm.
      • Grantor: Ruth C. Paget
      • Grantee: Nell Black
      • “The above described property is that lot and building now occupied by Elsie Fleming Shop.”
      • “This being a portion of that property inherited by the grantor and grantee from the Estate of J. Lee Cunningham.”

1979: Greer Insurance Agency, Inc.

1989: Fashions From New York men's clothing

  • The 1989 and 1990 city directories show Fashions From New York as the occupant.

1992: vacant

1993: Makers Finance loans

2008-2018: Bin112 Restaurant

  • Open 2008– February 2018
  • owners Jason and Lori Clark

2018-current: Select Restaurant

  • May 2018 – current (6/2020)
  • Bin112 owners sold the location to Jeff Gossett in March/April 2018. Gossett opened SELECT Restaurant in May 2018.

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