New office and storage space would replace a dilapidated industrial complex directly across U.S. 123 from the St. Francis Downtown hospital in West Greenville, according to plans on file at City Hall.
Upstate craft beer concept will take up residence in former Rhythm and Brews space at 213 Trade St. during the early part of 2017.
Closure of the nearly 337,000-square-foot center is expected to impact 55 jobs.
B&W Fiber Glass, based in N.C., plans to employ 46 and invest $5.25 million in the facility in northern Greenville County, to be called Poseidon Advanced Materials.
Building, erected in 1973, has 196,152 square feet of Class A office space. New ownership group considering renovations, upgrades and additional amenities.
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Sales of the Germany-based automaker's X model fleet produced in Spartanburg County increased by a half-percent during the month and are up 2.3 percent so far this year.
Twelve buildings are spread over two office parks. TWO plans to rebrand and modernize both parks, including replacing roofs and HVAC units.
Over the last 30 years, Carolina Holdings has overseen 5.5 million square feet of development — including 80 CVS drugstores in the Carolinas and Tennessee and a 1-million-square-foot shopping center in Nashville — and is currently responsible for the leasing and management of 2 million square feet of property.
S.C. Secretary of State Mark Hammond honored leaders of Spartanburg-based independent wealth management firm, founded in 1913, during a ceremony on Wednesday.
The specialty chemical company is making upgrades to the Piedmont plant’s infrastructure and production capabilities.
The Oklahoma-based convenience store chain QuikTrip bought the 0.31-acre corner lot that housed Mansour’s Liquors for $1.5 million, according to Greenville County property records.
The Greenville practice of Cherry Bekaert LLP moved to the newly constructed 110 E. Court St. / Pet Supply Plus has opened in Taylors.
As part of its ongoing mission to foster high-tech economic growth in South Carolina, SCRA announced the recent acceptance of six client companies from the Upstate into its SC Launch program. Client companies are accepted into the economic development program to receive mentoring and other support services and may also be eligible to receive grant funds or investments.
Girl Tribe Pop Up, a mobile retail concept, is expanding from Charlotte to Greenville at the Southern Bleachery at Taylors Mill on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Fluor Corporation announced that the company signed a memorandum of understanding with Clean Energy Future LLC to provide development support for the Trumbull and Oregon Energy Centers natural gas, combined-cycle stations in Ohio.
“Just a few years ago, a lot of people worried about the future of Haywood Road. That day is over,” said Greenville Mayor Knox White. “Haywood offers a retail alternative to Woodruff Road, and that is a good thing for managing our growth.”
Milliken & Co. has switched from using non-potable water to potable water as part of the manufacturing process at one of its Upstate plants after a carpet-cleaning powder made at the plant was infected with bacteria, leading to a recall.
Nationwide, employers had been thinking of Dec. 1 with a mixture of dread and resignation.