In 2006, LS3P began renovations to the Chamber of Commerce to refresh the image and function of the organization. The lower level was converted to an open collaboration area with a coffee bar, flexible furniture, and technological capabilities. The space functions as a public space for visitors, casual staff meetings, and social events. The building was updated with finishes, furniture, lighting, and technology to provide a quality space for its staff, members, and the City of Greenville.
LS3P designed the original Chamber of Commerce in 1973, as well as an expansion in 1986 that included a major expansion that would provide a new entrance lobby, multimedia meeting rooms, and additional office space. Another renovation took place in 2003 to update the lobby with carpeting, paint, and furniture; this work was provided pro bono and included carpeting installed at no cost to the Chamber of Commerce and special pricing for furnishings.