Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on March 6, 2014
Two years after workers began preparing land for development at Killian’s Crossing in Northeast Richland, the first building is poised to spring from the ground at the 400-acre lifestyle center.
A Hardee’s restaurant is planned for a less-than-an-acre parcel at the entrance to the commercial and residential development, according to a press release from NAI Avant, which brokered the deal.
Killian’s Crossing developer Matthew Congdon says he believes the Hardee’s will be the first in a series of announcements this year about new developments at the site. Congdon began working on the $750 million development just out of college more than a decade ago with his family’s DCG Development Co. based in Clifton Park, N.Y.
Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on February 27, 2014
When John Tolan started brewing beer as a hobby five years ago, he often found himself having to drive out of town or even out of state to buy the brewing products that he wanted. Or he ordered online and waited for them to arrive.
Posted by KRISTY EPPLEY RUPON on February 7, 2014
The Books-a-Million store – at Trenholm Road and Forest Drive — put up signs Friday morning saying it was liquidating its inventory, and employees told customers that the store will close March 15.
Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on January 30, 2014
As Wednesday’s rare snow turned to slush, some Midlands residents were dreaming of spring. Many of them are longing for warm days on the lake or at the coast in their own boat.
Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on January 24, 2014
The Charlotte, N.C.-based chain will open a standalone men’s apparel and shoe store in a portion of the space being vacated at Columbiana Centre by Sears.