Demolition of the former Woolworth lunch counter in downtown Rock Hill is set to get underway in early July while a new developer has his eyes on the, visioning a new apartment complex.
The RHEDC’s Stephen Turner explains how a recent $250,000 grant will be used to help identify current York County residents in the technology sector currently commuting to Charlotte.
The latest on the City of Rock Hill’s decision-making process as a developer seeks to build three small “neighborhood market” Walmart stores within city limits.
Rock Hill developer Warren Norman says a new office building and park are just two small parts of a larger multi-phase development planned for Rock Hill’s East Town area.
Rock Hill’s economic development arm is one o 14 cities across the state now splitting its share of $2.4 million in state economic development grants. The grants now mean the Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation now has $250,000 at its disposal for investing in local efforts to develop a smarter workforce.
This week, we get a better idea of why medical supply Distributor McKesson Medical-Surgical revealed its plans to relocate its operations to York County. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
An upstate businessman is the latest in a series of prospects eying Rock Hill for a new business venture. Craig Kinley owns Growler House, a coffee shop-like craft bar in Spartanburg and Anderson. He says he’s been looking at opening a location in Rock Hill for his latest business venture.