CitiSculpt project moves forward with Opportunity Zone fund

Two years ago, a mixed-used, multi-building development was announced for the downtown Greenville property along Academy Street where Agfa Healthcare offices are located. Then, it seemed, nothing happened.
Woodside Mill

Historic Woodside Mill breaks ground on luxury loft apartments

A groundbreaking was held Wednesday morning for the redevelopment and restoration of…
Forest Kitchen

Sponsored: The regret factor

Data from the Research Institute of Cooking and Kitchen Intelligence (RICKI) show that a large minority of homeowners REGRET NOT SPENDING MORE on their kitchen remodels.
Woodruff SC

The women of Woodruff

Woodruff city records show investors have pumped $5.5 million into this bedroom community just east of Greenville and south of Spartanburg, between 2018-19.
Self defense

Combating violence with Unified Self Defense

The founder of Unified Self Defense, Terence Brister, along with Ashley Bickerstaff, instructor and class coordinator, work to empower everyone with the knowledge, training and skills to be prepared in any situation.

Rexroth awards first recipient of the Bosch Rexroth Endowed Scholarship

Tom Vasavong was recently selected for the Bosch Rexroth Endowed Scholarship at Greenville Technical College. With more than 40 other students considered, Vasavong was selected for his determination to complete his degree.

Private Equity Firm to Greenville Family Business: “Put Up Your Dukes.”

A 102-year-old brand with South Carolina roots is front and center in a federal food fight.
Tipsy Taco

Closed Havana Kitchen location to reopen as Tipsy Taco franchise Dec. 1

The new franchisees plan to renovate the 7,200-square-foot restaurant at 1133 Woodruff Road and open the Tipsy Taco-branded space on Dec. 1.
Hotel Hartness

Hartness announces hotel on 444-acre planned development

Hotel Hartness will break ground this month with a projected completion in spring 2021.

Manufacturing: Made in the Upstate

Everyone knows the area’s marquee manufacturers, so the Upstate Business Journal looked at some lesser-known companies that make things we can’t live without.

Fluor has no plans to leave Greenville

Following news from Fluor Corp. yesterday about the divestiture of select business and the intent to sell some real estate holdings, there was speculation about the future of the company’s Greenville office.

TD Charitable Foundation funds financial projects at Greenville Tech

TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable division of TD Bank donated $17,500 to…

Upstate clothing store Prodoh outfits children for any outdoor occasion

Calling all daddies. Prodoh’s founders, Evan Proffitt and DJ Doherty, have the…
AC Hotel

Newest AC Hotel renderings showcase rooftop bar

The most recent renderings of the AC Hotel by Marriott’s rooftop bar…
Michelin Harley Davidson

First-ever Harley-Davidson electric motorcycle to use Michelin sport tires

The new Michelin Scorcher Sport tire, co-developed and co-branded with Harley-Davidson, is…