Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on April 10, 2014
A popular Harbison Boulevard shopping center is getting a facelift. Renovations already have started at Harbison Crossing with the façade removed from Outback Steakhouse and the former Barnes & Noble bookstore, which closed at the end of last year.
Outback remains open during construction, and the former bookstore space will reopen this fall as a Nordstrom Rack. Throughout the next year, the entire shopping center at 264 Harbison Blvd. – which also includes Babies R Us, Marshalls and Once Upon a Child -- will undergo renovations. The facelift is set to be completed by spring 2015, according to shopping center owner DDR Corp., based in Beachwood, Ohio.
“Harbison Court represents an attractive redevelopment opportunity to further upgrade a prime shopping center from a merchandising perspective, which ultimately results in an enhanced shopper experience,” spokesman Matt Schuler said in a statement.
Posted by Kristy Eppley Rupon on April 3, 2014
The Ellis family is bringing a Jamaican flair to downtown Columbia. Norris Ellis Jr. opened Island Grill last week at 1601 Harden St., serving up old family recipes made by his family members, natives of Jamaica.
Posted by CLIF LeBLANC on April 2, 2014
As the city, the developer and Olympia-area residents move closer to a long-delayed commercial center along Columbia’s Assembly Street, neighbors have shifted from outright opposition to wary optimism.
Posted by CHRIS WINSTON on March 27, 2014
Below, find inspections for grocery stores in Kershaw, Lexington and Richland counties.