The BullStreet District in Columbia
The BullStreet District is transforming the capital city of Columbia. This is a 181-acre development that blends life, work, leisure, and community. The BullStreet District aims to transform centuries of history into a new downtown experience. BullStreet is redefining redevelopment with walkable streets and a mix of residential, retail, restaurant, and recreation all located one mile from the S.C. State House and the University of South Carolina. Take a look at some of the upcoming happenings in the BullStreet District, and for more about this urban revitalization project, visit their webpage.
Columbia Kidney Walk – Saturday, March 2nd
Join the NKF in a walk to help fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, the event is designed to raise awareness and funds lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families, and those at risk. To register for the walk, visit here.
Central Energy Grand Opening – Thursday, March 7th
Help celebrate the grand opening of Columbia’s newest event space. Drop in to enjoy food and drinks while exploring the space. For more information, visit their Facebook page.
Historic Columbia: BullStreet History Tour – Saturday, March 9th
Explore the past, present, and future for an exclusive tour of the BullStreet District. Historic buildings are discussed, and the tour includes the Babcock Building, the Williams building, and the former Bakery, the former power plant and the Ensor Building, which is now home to Bone-In BBQ. You can find more information or purchase tickets here.
Clemson vs COFC – Wednesday, March 20th
Baseball teams face off at the newly renamed Segra Park (formerly Spirit Communications Park). Gates open at 5:30pm and parking is $4 for the game. Tickets are available on FirefliesTickets.com.
Columbia Fireflies Opening Day- Thursday, April 4th
Join the Fireflies Opening Day as they play against Charleston. For a full schedule, visit their site.
Columbia Food and Wine: Brunch at BullStreet – Saturday, April 27th
Enjoy handcrafted cocktails and bottomless punch along with a tasty brunch at the urban rooftop of the First Base Building overlooking Segra Park. To see the full schedule of events for the Columbia Food and Wine Festival, go here, or you can purchase tickets for the brunch here.