Second Street is getting a $1-million dollar face lift.
It's all a part of the Main Street Matters revitalization project.
The money comes from SPLOST funds and Benjamin Moore, a paint company.
All businesses on the street-level will be fixed-up early next year.
"We heard a lot of buzz about it so we decided to come on down and grab a spot while we still can," says Tylina Swinger.
She opened the doors of Disfenkshenl Tees-N-Things with co-owner Synja Turner just last week.
Swinger wanted the perks of a downtown business without the congestion.
"It's not like Cherry Street. You can park, get in and get out," she says.
Construction will begin early next year and will take about two to three weeks to finish.