This week, a closer look at a special tax district designed to redirect million of dollars in potential new property tax revenue for infrastructure projects within Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park. Gary Williams and Lee Gardner, both small businessman with a vested stake in the area, offer their perspectives
While the future of the former Woolworth Building on East Main Street in Rock Hill remains to be finalized — one thing that will be there when the old lunch counter is torn down is a piece of the city’s history.
Rock Hill-based Family Trust Credit Union ceremoniously broke ground on its new corporate headquarters on White Street. The new headquarters returns the Rock Hill institution to its roots across from the former Rock Hill Printing and Finishing plant.
Downtown Development Manager David Lawrence outlines the RHEDC’s plans to get a true idea of just how many knowledge workers live in Rock Hill and York County — and how many spend their days commuting to and from Mecklenburg County for work.
Rock Hill’s Technology Incubator turns one year old this summer. Director David Warner explains some of the lessons he’s learned over he last twelve months and the center’s plans for the future.
This week, we hear from Comporium Communications’ Matt Dosch on the company’s next round of plans to roll out gigabit internet service to 125 neighborhoods in York and Lancaster counties.
Knowledge Park Development Group chairman Andy Shene outlines the latest developments in the Knowledge Park plan with master developer Sora Phelps.