Recent Articles from Krys Merryman
By adding seven new machining lines, two new assembly lines and additional processes to machine components internally, the company will create 87 new jobs.
A new restaurant and bar has taken up residence in the former home of Smiley’s Acoustic Café. Located at 111 Augusta St. in downtown Greenville, Coupe’s Corner will be open for lunch and dinner, offering full restaurant and bar menus on the West End. In the late 17th Century, coupe glass was born and was […]
The private equity and real estate developer of a multifamily project that will overlook Unity Park is seeking tax breaks from Greenville County, which will help offset the costs of the project in return for a percentage of affordable housing units.
The startup, which provides mass personalized research and outbound at scale on potential prospects for growing companies, has secured $100,000 in financing.
The additional service, which includes three daily departures, will combine to offer travelers more than 10,000 connecting flight options around the world.
The Upstate’s first build-your-own charcuterie experience and wine bar will open in downtown Greenville in just a few weeks.
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.
The 300 E. McBee Avenue building, whose primary tenant is Prisma Health, will undergo a dramatic renovation as the anchor of the emerging North of Broad District.
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 …
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 …
With the impact of COVID-19 still taking a toll on some of the plans made over the last few years, BridgeWay Station makes changes in its tenant lineup as four new enterprises take the place of businesses that had a change of plans.
A new tattoo studio is setting up shop in the Village of West Greenville. Bone and Ink owners, and husband and wife, John and Jenny Allen, will operate the studio together. Jenny is the tattoo artist, while John will manage studio operations. Prior to tattooing, Jenny Allen sold her fine art illustrations under the business […]