The redevelopment at 625 Rutherford St. will include a 6,612-square-foot store with a fresh-to-order kitchen featuring Spinx’s famous fried chicken and new soft serve ice cream and milkshake offerings, eight fuel dispensers, and a 72-foot tunnel car wash.
This summer, don't worry about what your neighbors will say. Just get outside and do it on your lawn. Wash your car, that is... All innuendoes...
Opposition to the Trump administration’s threatened use of automotive tariffs remains firm in the Upstate as speculation mounts concerning their potential use.
Market analysis derived from second quarter 2018 CRE market reports provided by Avison Young, CBRE, Colliers, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, NAI Earle Furman, and Newmark Grubb Wilson Kibler.
Thanks to the Investing in Opportunity Act, co-sponsored by United States Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017, the trillions of dollars U.S. investors currently hold in unrealized capital gains in stocks and mutual funds alone could be funneled straight back into the country’s left-behind locales.
For our quarterly commercial real estate issue, the Upstate Business Journal asked local real-estate experts to choose a statistic in the Upstate market that has caught their attention. Here are their responses.
There are numerous factors a business considers when choosing a location for a new operation.
Picture yourself holding $100,000 in capital gains from the recent sale of an asset.
Greenville County residents know Atlanta-based developer RocaPoint Partners vision for a redeveloped County Square.
In June, more than 100 Upstate business leaders gathered for the Upstate Global Competitiveness Council’s Grow Your Business through Global Connections event.
May marked the eighth consecutive month of growing passenger and cargo traffic at the airport.
Synthomer will expand its operations at 200 Railroad St. in Roebuck by installing a new production reactor and equipment.
Fujifilm will invest $3.9 million in its production plant in Greenwood County and add 67 new jobs to the area, the company announced Monday.
Greenville's recent success in transforming its historically industrial economy to one of innovation was recently spotlighted in a June 21 Bloomberg Businessweek article, "The New Startup South," and a June 25 podcast episode of Bloomberg's "Politics, Policy, Power, and Law."
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce fought for the bill, as did the Upstate Chamber Coalition, an alliance of 11 chambers to which it belongs, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.