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Monday, February 19, 2018

Company Spotlight: The Scarpetta Group

Expertly Crafted Custom Applications As we enter our 10th year and with over 20 years of experience, we are proud to have completed countless custom applications for small businesses to international Fortune 500 companies. These projects have ranged from single iPad applications using FileMaker® Go to 100+ user management systems, customer management systems, health management […]

Company Spotlight: Bradshaw, Gordon & Clinkscales, LLC.

The strong relationships Bradshaw, Gordon, and Clinkscales’ partners develop with clients are what sets them apart from other CPA firms.  They promise, “The reason our clients find us, choose us, and stay with us is that we don’t simply offer commodity services.  We’re not just number-crunchers.  We roll up our sleeves, stand beside you, and […]

Greenville’s Hulsey McCormick & Wallace announces new office in downtown Spartanburg

Several new white-collar jobs are headed for downtown Spartanburg. Greenville County-based civil and environmental engineering firm Hulsey McCormick & Wallace has announced it will open a new office in Spartanburg-based Johnson Development’s 101 Pine building beside the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce. Wes Hulsey, the firm’s president and CEO, said the 1,700-square-foot office will house […]

Anderson-based Palmetto Distillery, SC’s first legal moonshine distillery, opens retail shop...

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport passengers will be able to take some Upstate spirit, or rather spirits, home with them when they fly. Anderson-based Palmetto Distillery has opened a 500-square-foot retail shop on the second floor of the airport’s main terminal just beyond the Transportation Security Administration’s centralized security checkpoint. Store manager Zach Taylor said the space […]

Milliken & Co. named one of World’s Most Ethical Companies for...

For a 12th consecutive year, Spartanburg-based Milliken & Co. has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2018. Milliken is one of only a dozen companies that have earned the Ethishere Institute award every year since it was first given in 2007. “It is an honor to be recognized by the Ethisphere Institute […]

Former Blinds America on Laurens Road building to be redeveloped

The 4,700-square-foot former Blinds America building at 1411 Laurens Road, Greenville, is next in line for an overhaul along the redeveloping Laurens Road corridor. Bill Burgess, principal and founder of The Burgess Company, is the developer of the single building with the noticeable red awnings that will be turned into a multi-tenant strip. “With reinvigoration […]

Tetrad Brewing Company to open this spring on Stone Avenue

Another brewery is coming to the Stone Avenue corridor in Greenville. Liability Brewing Co. was announced last fall for the Westone project at 109 W. Stone Ave., and on the other side of the Church Street overpass, Tetrad Brewing Company has signed a lease for the 3,368-square-foot ground-floor space in the future Half-Moon Outfitters location, […]

SunCap Property Group purchases Forrester Park

Charlotte, N.C.-based SunCap Property Group has purchased Forrester Park in Greenville. The property is a fully leased 236,800-square-foot business distribution and light-manufacturing center located at 201 Forrester Drive, near the intersection of Laurens Road and Forrester Drive. The site is a mile from I-85 and adjacent to Millennium Park and the Clemson University International Center […]

Front Row: February Design Review Board Urban Panel

The one official application on the February City of Greenville Design Review Board agenda drew only minor discussion and rather quick approval from the panelists. The City of Greenville’s application for a certificate of appropriateness was approved for the design of the streetscape in the public space between 44 and 55 E. Camperdown Way that […]

RealOp purchases first Florida property for $21 million

In its first foray into the Florida market, Greenville-based RealOp Investments recently purchased Bay West, an eight-building, 195,558-square-foot Class-B suburban office park located in the 5000 block of Cypress Street in Tampa. The properties were purchased for $21 million and closed on Dec. 28. “We are excited to have completed the acquisition of Bay West […]

Greenville to host annual ULI Carolinas’ Meeting

ULI South Carolina, ULI Charlotte, and ULI Triangle will be hosting the annual ULI Carolinas’ Meeting in Greenville this year on Feb. 12-13 at the Hyatt Regency. Urban Land Institute (ULI) is an international nonprofit research and education organization with offices around the world. Its stated mission is “to provide leadership in the responsible use […]

Retail and office space available at Hartness Village Center

The under-construction community of Hartness that will ultimately have more than 700 new homes is now preleasing for the walkable Village Center, which has retail, restaurant, and office opportunities. Hartness Village is situated between the Pelham and Woodruff Road commercial corridors with direct access off Highway 14. The 444-acre development will include 180 acres of […]

Craft Axe Throwing to open this spring in Hampton Station

Like throwing darts? How about axe throwing? Yes, that’s a real thing, and it’s coming to Greenville this spring. Craft Axe Throwing has signed a lease for the roughly 3,000-square-foot space to the right of Due South Coffee Roasters at Hampton Station, 1320 Hampton Ave., Unit 5A. This is the first of half a dozen […]

AFL announces new workforce training program in Spartanburg County

A new training program will prepare Upstate students for careers in manufacturing. Spartanburg-based telecommunications giant AFL has launched “Operation Workforce Training Program” in partnership with Byrnes High School and Spartanburg Community College’s Corporate and Community Education division. Under the program, high school seniors will study manufacturing through coursework at SCC and may receive a high […]

Downtown Spartanburg’s Imagination Station will relaunch March 1 under new ownership

Downtown Spartanburg’s only toy store is being refreshed under new ownership. Landrum entrepreneur Lena McCall has purchased Imagination Station at 180 E. Main St. across from Denny’s Plaza from its longtime owner Mark Slotin, who has retired. Slotin, in partnership with his business partners Rex and Alane Russell, moved the store to its 2,200-square-foot downtown […]

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