Revived Aesthetics, the IV bar at 700 Garlington Road, quietly opened a month ago and will celebrate its grand opening July 19.
Wu’s is one of several local and regional restaurants owned by Bottle Cap Group, including Ink N Ivy, Vine Nightclub, and SIP Whiskey & Wine Bar in Greenville and others in Charlotte, N.C., and Charleston.
With their colorful, bright lights dazzling through the sky, fireworks shows elicit "oohs" and "aahs" from crowds at Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
The first Upstate franchise location of the Savannah, Ga.,-based River Street Sweets-Savannah's Candy Kitchen has signed on for the former YAP location next to The Orient.
Construction is currently underway and Greenville franchisee, Nick Patel, says the expected opening is July.
Built in 2011, the shopping center includes two buildings with 21,300 square feet fully-leased with tenants including AT&T, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Aspen Dental, Supercuts, GameStop, Sprint, and more.
“As founders of the brand, my husband, Scott, and I have been especially hopeful for a store in Greenville since our oldest son plays football at Furman and we spend a lot of time there,” Meredith Layton says. “We have fallen in love with the city.”
The brewery and taproom in the 4,500-square-foot warehouse at the back of the former Watson building at 311 E. Washington St. will officially open for business June 28 with limited taproom hours.
When the family-owned Young Office first began offering its commercial office supply services in 1953, the term "creative workplace" hadn’t been coined yet.
The Kava Konnection co-owner Gabriel Coggins recently won the 2018 Young Entrepreneur of the Year award presented by CommunityWorks and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
The grocery chain plans to hire about 150 employees locally.
Seven of the eight available spaces at the nearly completed Westone development at 109 W. Stone Ave. are leased, and the new brewery, restaurants, and retail locations will begin opening by the end of June, barring unforeseen delays.
Classic American apparel retailer J.McLaughlin, established in 1977 in Manhattan and now has more than 100 stores in more than 20 states, will be the next tenant at 207 N. Main St., downtown Greenville.
11.11 Training, a Greenville-based soccer training business for aspiring female players founded by former collegiate and professional stars India Trotter and Blakely Mattern, is experiencing substantial growth.
Nearly a dozen retailers have signed leases for space along Pendleton Street.