$15M townhome project going into West Greenville
Twenty-four townhomes and four cottages will make up a new $15 million development in the Village of West Greenville, a project undertaken by Parker Group Development, with architects Project Plus, Seamon Whiteside as civil engineers and built by …
Company to open $4M distribution center in Westminster
A wholesale book distributor will put $3.9 million into a new distribution center in Oconee County.
Southwest expands nonstop services at Greenville-Spartanburg Airport
The new flights will operate on Saturdays and Sundays and will provide Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport travelers with more convenient and affordable travel options.
BMW Manufacturing hosts supplier diversity event in Greenville
BMW Manufacturing and BMW Purchasing and Supplier Network Americas on Wednesday hosted one of the nation’s largest supplier diversity events at the Greenville Convention Center.
HOT PROPERTIES: Suminoe Textiles subleases 208,000 square feet of Gaffney warehouse space
Bobby Lyons and Luke Lyons of Lyons Industrial Properties represented Suminoe Textiles of America in the sublease of an industrial warehouse facility — about 208,000 square feet of space — at 805 Victory Trail Road in Gaffney. It was one of several recent Hot Properties transactions.
National company bringing $86M build-for-rent development to Inman
Amenities include a pool, dog parks, playgrounds, community parks, more than four acres of open wooded and recreation spaces that are connected to a trail system, and adjacent to old growth trees and wetlands on 33 acres.
- Georgia-based bank moves corporate headquarters to Spartanburg
- Wells Fargo donates $60M for program to help former inmates
- How these military veterans built a 9-figure company in Greenville
- Bank acquires 44K-square-foot office campus in Duncan for expansion
- Heres the $51M HQ that will anchor Greenville County Square
Hospitality and Tourism
Greenville Triumph soccer club names new head coach
Born in Bermuda, the new hire has been involved with South Carolina soccer since 1976, helping start Anderson University’s soccer program and then serving as its head coach.
Upstate’s first build-your-own charcuterie concept opening in downtown Greenville
The Upstate’s first build-your-own charcuterie experience and wine bar will open in downtown Greenville in just a few weeks.
Texas burger chain enters South Carolina market with 10 planned locations
The company is headquartered in San Antonio and has nearly 990 locations across 14, soon-to-be 16 states, operating 24/7, 364 days a year, and sales of more than $3 billion annually.
New Italian-inspired restaurant, market to open in historic Greenville mill
A restaurant and retail market emphasizing live-fire cooking on its menu items will open a location in one of Greenville’s historic revitalized mills. With a chef-driven menu featuring a range of pizzas, paninis, fand other items, complemented by a retail market with …
Automotive materials manufacturer announces $10.45M expansion in Abbeville County
The global company has offices and manufacturing locations in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, with. U.S. manufacturing operations in South Carolina and Georgia.
New-to-state global packaging company to open $68M Anderson facility
The $68 million investment will create 200 new jobs, with the company expecting to acquire a new 259,000-square-foot facility.
Vehicle systems manufacturer investing $500M in Laurens County expansion
The expansion, which will create 400 jobs, will allow the company to build next generation propulsion systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
Volvo to purchase South Carolina EV battery manufacturer for $210M
The assets to be acquired include a development center for battery modules and packs in California and an assembly factory in South Carolina.
Retired president of Bamberg company honored for lifetime achievement in manufacturing
The retired president of Phoenix Specialty Manufacturing Co. in Bamberg was presented the Chuck Spangler Outstanding Manufacturing Lifetime Service Award today during the annual SCMEP Salute to Manufacturing Awards. Robert Hurst was president of the company from the late 1970s until his retirement in 2017. The ceremony each year closes out the South Carolina Manufacturing […]