A new 292-unit apartment complex may be coming to Timmons Way, near the main Fluor Corp. campus off Haywood Road in Greenville.
After months of speculation and anticipation, last week officials learned that the San Diego-based company passed on locating its new East Coast brewery in North or South Carolina.
The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce recently held its monthly Business After Hours get-together at the Growler Haus.
Tech After Five held its monthly Greenville meeting July 16 at Grille 33.
Steve Brandt, president and publisher of the Greenville News since 1993, will retire effective Oct. 31, the newspaper announced Friday.
Greenville Senior High School was completed in 1936 at the intersection of Augusta and Vardry streets. The building has undergone many modifications and renovations over the past seven decades, one of which was in 2007 when the renovations included a 70,000-square-foot addition.
Michael S. Pitts hired as city attorney of Greenville; Stephen J. Wunder returned to Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd P.A.’s Greenville office; Todd Roy promoted from director of builder sales and marketing to national sales director at Progress Lighting; and more.
Open Innovation is an exercise in directed serendipity that can help you compete
Driver's Choice Insurance recently held a ribbon-cutting in Greenville and Taylors welcomes Mig’s Pizza Castle of Taylors.
$221 million. That’s a really big number. But it’s only a fraction of the dollar investment on the 20 downtown projects UBJ is highlighting for our midyear update. The total overall investment to Greenville will be much, much greater.
There are the go-to apps you use all the time that make your mobile device a tool, not a toy. To make my list, an app has to have three things: best-in-class functionality that is steadily developing, integrations with other top apps and the ability to let me work wherever I am on whatever device I have in front of me. Here's five.
State agencies and city law enforcement say the mobile app and ride-sharing company is operating illegally.
Homes Urban LLC, a Greenville developer and an affiliate of Davis Property Group LLC, has agreed to acquire the Kline Iron and Steel Company site at the corner of Gervais and Huger streets in Columbia for development, the company announced this week.
Greenville Technical College has issued a request for bids in the construction of its new $20 million, 100,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing center at the Millennium Campus in Greenville.
As development continues to heat up in downtown Greenville, a new single-family home development is slated for the corner of North Markley and Calhoun streets, near the Kroc Center.
The Greenville Arena District recently launched the second phase of capital improvements at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
To support future business growth, Mohawk Flooring, the world’s largest flooring company, is investing $10 million over the next decade in its Spartanburg County carpeting facility.
Tailored to meet regional employment needs and support access to real-world education, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) could mean a boost for the Upstate’s manufacturing industry by improving the indigenous workforce.
Greenville could be the next home of a sports apparel company’s 2 million-square-foot distribution center.
Coffee aficionados will soon have a new place to get their fix when Methodical Coffee opens in October at the Bank of America building in downtown Greenville.