Upstate Headlines: Harris Teeter coming to Stone Avenue

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A collection of the top Upstate headlines for the week of December 21, 2015

HarrisTeeter_2Harris Teeter coming to Northpointe Project on Stone Avenue
It’s confirmed. Harris Teeter will open its second Upstate location and serve as the anchor tenant at the proposed $60 million Northpointe mixed-use project on Stone Avenue. The 53,000-square-foot grocery store will be similar to the one already under construction at Lewis Plaza on Augusta Street, which is set to include a wine bar, fresh-prepared juice bar, and other upscale grocery amenities…

AloftAloft opens doors to in-town and out-of-town visitors
With a chic, urban design and a dog-friendly atmosphere, the Aloft Greenville Downtown hotel at ONE City Plaza opened its doors to the public on Dec. 21. The final touches were being put on the 144-room hotel this week by Georgia-based hotel management company McKibbon Hotel Group. The hotel sits atop a new 474-space public parking garage…

RochlingRochling Group to expand in Spartanburg County
Germany-based automotive supplier Röchling Group is expanding in Spartanburg County with a $5.8 million investment in new equipment to boost production volumes, according to a news release. The firm’s North American subsidiary, Röchling Automotive USA LLP, plans to add 25 jobs to its Duncan facility as a part of the investment…

ShiptOn-demand grocery delivery coming in January
Shipt, an on-demand grocery delivery service, announced that it will expand its service to Greenville beginning on Jan. 7, 2016. Shipt will deliver fresh Publix groceries to Greenville and surrounding areas of Berea, Easley, Greer, Mauldin and Simpsonville…

SimpsonvilleStripMall18,000 SF strip center planned in Simpsonville
A growing population and strong demographics in Simpsonville have fueled construction activity not just in residential, but also in retail services and amenities. The latest project: a new 18,000-square-foot strip center planned at 1301 W. Georgia Road…