Plans have been released for a complete overhaul of the common and public areas of The Wells Fargo Center that encompasses most of a city block at South Main and East Washington streets in downtown Greenville.
Since its launch last year, Maker Pipe has raised more than $80,000 in funding and garnered a customer base that spans the globe.
The number of apartments in downtown Greenville continues to climb. Are we about to take a fall?
A new building could be inspected by coding officials and open for business, and all seems fine until someone calls or files a formal ADA complaint or lawsuit.
John Walker builds Cooks Flips, a business that takes the flop out of flip-flops.
ChartSpan said it would use the $16 million to deploy a national sales force and expand its business beyond its current stronghold in the Appalachian region.
During the City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel’s June meeting, the board reviewed a variety of applications, including proposed developments and renovations in the West End, an ATM installation downtown, and a tax assessment for the Westone project on Stone Avenue.
The Upstate’s economy attracts hundreds of workers per year from other parts of the globe. What do they miss from back home?
What happens when Greenville’s sister city comes to visit from Belgium?
Michelin, Bridgestone, Continental, Giti, and Trelleborg together have created, or announced, more than 15,200 jobs in the Upstate and Midlands.
The Carolinas chapter of the European American Chamber of Commerce has brought European diplomats to downtown Greenville on two occasions.
While some car companies have already started feeling the pinch, Spartanburg County-based BMW Manufacturing Co. is riding a wave of success.
Greenville's mayor has played a direct yet largely unacknowledged role in helping foreign companies establish their operations in the Upstate.
The completion of Project WINGSPAN introduces a new era at GSP, but the airport is keeping its eyes on the horizon.
Legally still Erwin Penland, the 31-year-old advertising and marketing firm changed its public name to EP+Co. the same week it moved from 125 E. Broad St. to 39,000 square feet of office space across three floors at 110 E. Court St.