Part 2 of a 6-part series
During the worst of the recession, new development ground to a halt and small businesses closed their doors on many Main Streets throughout the country.
That wasn't the case in Greenville, S.C. And while it seems improbable that a city would thrive during the recession, Greenville's mayor credits a mix of good luck and good fundamentals.
'Our Own Little Rockefeller Center'
The "nickel tour" of Greenville, population 58,000, starts at a window on the 10th floor of City Hall.