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In the mid-1980s, the south end of Main Street in Greenville, S.C. looked like many other midsize Southern cities: empty storefronts, vacant lots and a dwindling business district. While it hasn't been the cure-all planners envisioned, Greenville's $42 million Peace Center for the Performing Arts, which opened in 1990, has helped revive downtown and its impact on the arts scene is undeniable, said Greg Mims of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. "While there have been some problems, it has changed the face of arts in Greenville for the better," Mr. Mims said.
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