Lots of construction going on down the Wade Hampton Boulevard corridor. First of all Taylors/Greer has a new jewelry store!
In the North Hampton Market and in the former location of the Tutti Frutti will be opening a Kay Jewelers. Also, the old Papa Murphy’s space looks like it’s getting renovated as well. Not sure what will be going in there.
Down by the Hampton Village area in Taylors is a coming soon sign for the Highway 55 burger location that will be occupying 2 spaces of the new retail space that’s just finished being built. Starbucks is supposedly occupying the last space in that new area.
And it looks like the construction going on in front of the Wade Hampton HS and off WHB is the rumored Lidl grocery store and some other shops. And only a few more days till the newly renovated Aldi’s will be back open in Taylors!
There is also a good bit of construction happening down near the IHOP. That old hotel area is totally cleared out and looks like infrastructure is starting to be laid down for maybe retail or offices? Not sure.
At last! The 2nd Fresh Market grocery store is now open. We posted about them coming a while back and they have finally opened up their doors.
A new Fresh Market opened its doors in Greenville County Wednesday morning.
The new store on Woodruff Road is the eighth for the state and second in the county.
So for everyone that lives off the Woodruff Road area you have no reason to journey to South Pleasantburg to visit that Fresh Market down there!
Now if only they would open one up in Greer…
And the hype of a new grocery store has been revealed. Lowes Food, a NC-based grocery chain will be opening up to 3 stores in the Upstate area. The first one announced will be in Greer at the new Riverside Crossings shopping plaza.
The new concept store, to be built at the corner of Hammett Bridge Road and Suber Road, will be 42,500 square feet and employ about 100. Tentative opening is spring 2016.
The full article can be read on Greer Today.
Lots of folks on the CD forums have been talking about Lowes Foods recently and it’s good to see the official news channels starting to put out information about them coming.
Carolina Knight mentioned that Hub City Co-op has raised enough money to open a grocery store in Spartanburg. Here’s the scoop:
Hub City Cooperative has met its fundraising goal of $350,000 to open South Carolina’s first cooperative grocery store. It will occupy 5,000 square feet of the former Frank Hall Tire store at 176 North Liberty Street, Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306-5111. It intends to open by the end of the year.
Shackleford, Lynne P. “Hub City Co-op Reaches Fundraising Goal; Leaders Plan to Open Store by End of Year..” Spartanburg Herald Journal. Hub City Cooperative.
In case you don’t peruse the archives it has been confirmed that The Fresh Market will be opening up a new location off Woodruff Road. See this post for the details.