One-of-a-kind Harris Teeter coming to our Augusta Road neighborhood, it’s big development news for Greenville.

Across the street and just a couple blocks from L’s On Augusta Consignment store, Augusta Street and the Lewis Plaza area will see major transformation. Upstate Business Journal noted that Lewis Plaza, which opened in 1948, is considered to be the first shopping center in Greenville. Several businesses have occupied the plaza, most recently Antiques On Augusta and an Earth Fare grocery store were where the new Harris Teeter will be situated. READ FULL STORY about the redesign of Lewis Plaza at

Our Susanna writes wonderfully about L’s for her blog {re}visionary life.

11am-6pm Monday – Friday {and 10am-4pm on Saturdays} the little consignment shop’s sign is flipped to open, lights and music turned on, and racks straightened. Often there are consignors waiting outside the doors to bring in their clothing, jewelry, and accessories first thing. The store owners, Angie and Ann know most by name and chat with the ladies about their families and work. I’ve watched and learned from these ladies for nearly a year as I’ve worked the front counter and seen them devote themselves to meeting their consignors’ and customers’ needs. Whether it was shopping alongside a customer to find that perfect dress for a banquet, helping new shoppers navigate the store, giving advice on what is flattering and what isn’t {they’re honest about it too!}, patiently and humbly listening to complaints, or providing detailed sales reports to consignors, they joyfully serve every single woman that walks through their doors. For years now, ladies have been discovering this little shop and its friendly owners. And I’ve rarely seen a time when >>READ revisionarylife for more, with photos.

Thank you, Susanna!