You can’t miss it — construction on Rock Hill’s first new office building in the last 30 years is underway at the corner of East Main Street and Elizabeth Avenue. And, on a cold morning last week, crews lifted the final steel beam into place, setting up the structure’s frame towering over downtown.
While work remains underway at Rock Hill’s Outdoor Center alongside the Catawba River, sports tourism leaders say there’s now, more than ever, a greater need for hotels and restaurants to serve the hundreds of thousands of visitors who flock to the city each year for regional and national sporting events.
Walmart Stores, Inc. has announced plans to build a new supercenter on Mt. Holly Road at Saluda Road in Rock Hill. City officials chime in on how the pending project will impact the community
Could a water tank become the next icon for Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park?
On this week’s Business Rock Hill, we focus on the City’s Ward 5 race, which heads to a runoff next Tuesday. The candidates, Nikita Jackson and Ann Williamson-Morrison, both agree that infrastructure is key to improving the business climate in the fifth ward.
For the first time in six months, a new restaurant has opened its doors on Rock Hill’s Main Street.
This summer, Rock Hill’s Technology Incubator opened its doors in the Citizen’s Building on Main Street, and now it’s already filling up.