Months of negotiations between Rock Hill and York County on an amendment to a tax district for Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park may be just about over.
The spring and summer months are typically known for more frequent home sales. But some larger, and in some cases, more cumbersome commercial buildings in Rock Hill are also under contract.
Winthrop University’s incoming president already has some big ideas of how his new Rock Hill school could be a big part of the city’s new Knowledge Park district. Daniel Mahony wants to bring business leaders on a trip to Ohio to see what he’s done with Kent State University and the City of Kent.
Skip Tuttle, one of the local developers behind the 139 Main apartment complex, explains why the idea is on its way to success in 2015 after several failed attempts to build on the site of the former Woolworth lunch counter.
On this week’s Business Rock Hill, we take a closer look at the concept of a streetcar in the Knowledge Park district.
A piece of Rock Hill’s Main Street saved by the city’s economic development arm nearly 20 years ago will soon be up for sale.
Monday night, opponents of a proposed extension to a special tax district that would serve Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park spoke before York County council. But splattered between misinformed opinions and half-baked truths were a series of insults railed towards Rock Hill’s business community.