Studio includes the “floating floor,” a customized foam floor that reduces the impact from training, as well as a floating pull up bar, a childcare area, free weights, battle ropes, slam balls, kettle bells, plyometric boxes, and other equipment.
The décor has transformed from stark industrial farmhouse to late 1970’s or early 80’s retro with large pop art pieces covering whole walls, brightly colored accent walls and ceilings, and booths and barstools covered in faux cow hide.
Growler Haus Village located at 12 Lois Ave., across from Shindig Furnishings and next to the Village Wrench bike shop, joins restaurants the Village Grind, Golden Brown & Delicious, and the Anchorage, with Kuka Juice and Neo Burrito planned to open later this summer.
Employees as Spartanburg-based OTO Development corporate office in downtown increased their giving to the United Way of the Piedmont by 31.5 percent this year, earning the company two of the nonprofit's top awards.
Greenville native and Drift owner Kelly Caldwell, 28, says the countdown on the website that lands the opening in September was a little too ambitious, but construction progress should allow for an early-to-mid-October opening.
California-based fast-casual Chinese restaurant chain Panda Express has filed site plans for its first restaurant in Spartanburg and closed on a location for its first store in Greenville County off Woodruff Road.
The Wilmington, N.C.-based healthy food franchise plans to open by the second week of August in the 2,450-square-foot space, joining Chicken Salad Chick, Taziki's, The Lost Cajun, and Bacon Bros. Public House, among other restaurants and retail.