Acorn Farm is priced at $8,000,000.
Ramsey Grove Plantation, near Georgetown, South Carolina, is being offered for sale for the first time in over 100 years.
Amid social distancing, closures and restrictions due to coronavirus, 2020 is rounding up to be THE year for a staycation road trip. Take a look at these options.
Baked-from-scratch cookies, warm and straight from the oven, that can be picked up or delivered until midnight are coming to Greenville. Crumbl, a popular West Coast chain known for its freshly…
El Thrifty Social features fresh and locally sourced ingredients highlighting authentic Mexican dishes.
The December City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel meeting only had three board members in attendance with four items on the agenda and two informal items to review.…
New York-based Meridian Capital Group has arranged $37 million in construction financing for The McClaren, a mixed-use development located at Rhett and Wardlaw streets in Greenville’s West End.
I’ve rejoined the Community Journals team as associate business editor. What does that mean? I’ll be overseeing content for the Upstate Business Journal and connecting (and reconnecting) with the Upstate…
When iconic rock band Chicago brings its 2019 “An Evening With Chicago” tour to Greenville later this month, it’ll mark 52 years of nonstop touring for one of the most…
Once one of the largest mills in Greenville County, Judson Mill had been spinning raw cotton into yarn for more than a century. But when Milliken and Company listed the property for sale in 2015 and closed operations, everyone knew change was coming. The property was purchased last month with plans to convert the 36-acre […]
Along the shores of Lake Hartwell, across from the Clemson University campus, Tiger fans will soon have a unique place to own or stay.
Analysis derived from third quarter 2016 market reports supplied by Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine, CBRE, Colliers, NAI Earle Furman and Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer
Next door to the Army & Navy Store in the West End of Greenville, a long-vacant building is about to go through a transformation.
Initial redevelopment plans are emerging for a former dry cleaners-turned-lawn-mower-repair store along Stone Avenue in Greenville to be converted into retail, restaurant and office space, including a second location of Coffee Underground.
In today’s office, walls are coming down, while productivity and collaboration are going up