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Right where North and South Carolina meet sits a place that encourages big ideas and business breakthroughs. York County offers the advantages of a South Carolina location and business climate with quick access to Charlotte. As the county’s largest city, with some of the area's brightest minds and most passionate visionaries, Rock Hill is quickly becoming a regional center for technology and creative companies alike. Combined with the area's most comprehensive array of outdoor amenities, the best school districts in the Charlotte region, and the infrastructure to meet a wide range of industry needs, it's time to see what South Carolina has to offer.


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DEVELOPMENT KNOWLEDGE PARK— ROCK HILL Knowledge Park is a one-square-mile area located in downtown Rock Hill targeting “knowledge economy businesses” and an urban walkable lifestyle.

UNIVERSITY CENTER A mixed-use 23 acre site in Knowledge Park connecting Winthrop University to Old Town Rock Hill with hotels, restaurants, outdoor venues, office space, apartments and more. Cambria Hotels and Suites has inked a deal to build a 110-room, six-story hotel next to the 170,000-square-foot indoor Athletic Complex. Both projects are expected to be complete by early 2018. The historic Lowenstein Building is one of the key elements of University Center. Workers have spent most of this year renovating the building. Atlas Copco will house 75 administrative employees in Lowenstein to help support its new $25 million facility in the Riverwalk Business Park. Piedmont Medical Center will open a primary care facility inside the Lowenstein Building. Winthrop University will build offices and labs in the building to house its exercise physiology degree program. Tenant space is still available in the historic and recently restored Lowenstein building as well as development opportunities in University Center. Please inquire at Tuttle Company: 803-366-6564. University Center is expected to lead to approximately 800 new jobs and over $200 million in investment.

ATHLETIC COMPLEX The Indoor Athletic Complex, part of University Center, will be approximately 170,000 sq. ft., and the largest facility in North or South Carolina. It will be first in the region to have a “championship” court and a full service hotel attached with 110 rooms, and banquet and conference facilities. CHAMPIONSHIP COURT • 12,500 SF • 1,200 Stadium Seats • 1 Main Court or 2 Side Courts MAIN COURT • 72,000 SF • 700 Courtside Seats • 8 Basketball Courts • 16 Volleyball Courts The facility will provide the community with weekday activities, leagues, programs and camps. It can also host many different types of events other than “classic” indoor sports – like concerts, conventions and many others.


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DEVELOPMENT SOUTHBRIDGE — FORT MILL Southbridge is a future Class A corporate office park on the site of the former Charlotte Knights baseball stadium at I-77 Exit 88 in Fort Mill. The development will feature 4.5 M SF of potential office space, on-site retail, restaurants, multi-family housing and a hotel. Southbridge's vision is for a system of wide paths and trails that offer easy connections to nearby office, housing and retail while providing wellness activities in between. Open areas are designed to be gathering spaces for employees to engage in daily.

KINGSLEY — FORT MILL Kingsley is a mixed-use, heirloom project being crafted by Clear Springs Development Company. With its rich history from the textile industry, Kingsley will tell a story using its Contemporary Mill architecture, sophisticated gathering spaces and unique place making elements. Kingsley will be a place unlike any other in the area. One that will be both meaningful and unique to Fort Mill as it grows with one foot in the future and one foot in the past. Kingsley offers a distinctive waterfront for dining and relaxing, with a vibrant street life. Already home to two large corporate headquarters, it will soon boast two hotels, luxury apartments over retail space, a large lake, an amphitheater and plenty of small shops and restaurants.

Learn more at kingsleyfortmill.com.

The Fountain Park area is the result of a public-private partnership between the City of Rock Hill and Comporium. Replacing what had been dubbed as the ugliest parking lot in Rock Hill, Fountain Park features a beautifully animated, interactive fountain, a central green space and a small outdoor performance venue. Surrounding Fountain Park is a mixed use development space .The first building constructed was Fountain Park Place, a 48,000 sq. ft. office building. Future phases of development include a 100-room hotel on Main Street facing the park; retail, office, and residential spaces; and a performing arts center.

FountainParkRockHill.com


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WORK A SMARTER WORKFORCE Meeting business’ talent needs through innovation. Every day, tens of thousands of York County residents commute across more, despite being less than 30 miles from the city.

CHALLENGE: As innovative businesses continue to grow in the area, there is a need for skilled, qualified knowledge economy employees.

STRATEGY: Develop a website exclusively for businesses and workers in the Rock Hill area to connect local knowledge economy jobs with qualified talent.

*data from a 2015 survey administered by Winthrop University and the Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation

DEFINING A KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY

JOBSROCKHILL.COM Since it’s public launch in January 2017, JobsRockHill.com has exposed almost 4,000 local candidates to local job opportunities in the York County region.

YORK COUNTY FAST FACTS 132,740 1,227,850

6.8%

employment growth—#1 in US for Q1 2017


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UNIVERSITY CENTER AT KNOWLEDGE PARK OPENING FIRST QUARTER 2018 A 23-acre Class “A” mixed use development between Winthrop University & Downtown Rock Hill

Lownstein Building (±225,000 sf office)

Indoor Athletic Center (Opening December 2018)

(LEASE RATES IN THE MID-TEENS)

1. 225,000 sf Class “A” (renovated mill) office space 2. 170,000 sf indoor sports arena 3. 200-room Cambria Hotel

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Renovated mill retail spaces to accommodate restaurants, brew pubs, coffee shops, etc. 6, 7. 500-bed student housing facility 8. 150-unit apartment complex

FOR A TOUR OF THE FULL DEVELOPMENT PLAN, GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://vimeo.com/153396696

DEVELOPED BY: LOWENSTEIN MANAGEMENT, LLC FOR LEASING INFORMATION, CONTACT:

(803) 366-6564

www.tuttleco.com


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ENTREPRENEURSHIP & TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHING SUCCESS THE TECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR @ KNOWLEDGE PARK The Technology Incubator at Knowledge Park is designed to support the development and formation of technology and innovation companies in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The Incubator provides technical, business, and educational support, along with co-working and meeting space for startups and existing entrepreneurial ecosystem. Learn more at TIrockhill.org.

1 MILLION CUPS

1 Million Cups is a free, nation-wide program that allows early-stage startups a safe and supportive space to present their business ideas and receive constructive feedback from other business owners and community members. Launched in November 2016, 1 Million Cups York County meets monthly and is open to any community member interested in participating. For more information visit 1millioncups.com/yorkcounty.

Let us help you reach your next milestone.

Create Your Story Your Next Chapter Awaits

Building Successful Employers

The Employers Association has been a trusted resource for human resources and training services for the greater Carolinas

Through Expertise in These Areas:

business community for nearly

HUM AN RES O U RCE S

60 years. We are proud to be the sponsor of

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For more information: www.employersassoc.com 704.522.8011

this year’s Business Anniversaries.


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ENTREPRENEURSHIP & TECHNOLOGY COWORKING SPACES As the need for a supportive entrepreneurship infrastructure continues to grow, Rock Hill and York County have responded by creating adaptive coworking spaces. These collaborative spaces allow individuals, startups, and small businesses to thrive in an environment that meets their business needs while also exposing them to other bright minds in the area.

COLLISION COWORK

LOOM COWORKING, GALLERY & EVENT SPACE

To learn more re about Collision Cowork contact:

To learn more about LOOM Coworking contact:

Pam Jenkins Collision Cowork info@collisioncowork.com 803-327-3000 collisioncowork.com

Jennifer Blanchard Belk LOOM Coworking, Gallery and Event Space jbelk@loomcoworking.com 803-548-LOOM (5666) loomcoworking.com

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BUSINESS PARKS YORK COUNTY INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES

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ROCK HILL INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES Rock Hill has been developing business parks for nearly 40 years, generating over $650 million in investments and more than 6,000 new jobs. Once a thriving textiles community, Rock Hill is no stranger to change. Left with a series of burnt out textiles mills in the 1980’s, a collaborative vision was developed leading us to the creation of 8 Class A business parks, and we continue to do it again and again. Our business parks are home to multiple world-wide companies such as: Riverwalk: Atlas Copco, McKesson Pharmaceutical. Waterford: 3D Systems, Atotech, Transaxle Manufacturing, Chicago Pneumatic, Oerlikon Balzers. TechPark: Composite Resources, United Refrigeration, Affinity Healthcare. Antrim: Ross Distribution, Coroplast, MCI Forks. SouthCross: Winbro Group Technologies, Bradman Lake. For more information about business park development in Rock Hill, please contact Rick Norwood at 803-326-3835 or rick.norwood@cityofrockhill.com.

EAST YORK SPEC BUILDING 1725 GENTHE COURT, YORK, SC 29745 Total Square Feet: 40,000 Total with Expansion: 100,000 Site Size: 7 acres Wall Material: Concrete Slab Thickness: To Suit Clear Height: 30'0 - 30'0'' Nearest Interstate: I-77 (14 mi) Nearest International & Commercial Airport: Charlotte Douglas International Airport (31 mi)

For more information contact York County Economic Development P: 803-802-4300 • F: 803-802-4299 • YorkCountyED.com




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Southcross Business Park

507,000 SF Spec Building

Riverwalk Mixed-Use

CONTACT US

BMX Track Velodrome Homes Apartments Offices Retail Restaurants Outdoor Amenities

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Rock Hill Economic Development 155 Johnston Street, #11706 Rock Hill, SC 29731 RockHillUSA.com

Riverwalk Business Park

Stephen Turner, Director 803-329-7090

40,000 SF Spec Building

Waterford Business Park

Winthrop University BYP

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York Technical College

Antrim Business Park

Knowledge Park University Center

TechPark Business Park

430,000 SF Spec Building

Indoor Sports Arena Hotel Restaurants Retail Performance Space Offices Student Housing Apartments Pedestrian Trails

Old Town Rock Hill

Legacy Park West

193,000 SF Spec Building

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Legacy Park East


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200,000 SF Spec Building

Clover Westgate Industrial Park 40,000 SF Spec Building

370,000 SF Spec Building

Lakemont Business Park

East York Industrial Park

Southbridge Mixed-Use

FUTURE

Kingsley Mixed-Use Bradley Industrial Park

Offices Hotels Retail Restaurants Residential

60,000 SF Office Spec Building

York

COUNTY OVERVIEW POPULATION York County: 258,526 — 2nd Largest in Charlotte Region Rock Hill: 72,937 — 5th Largest in South Carolina

CONTACT US York County Economic Development 1830 Second Baxter Crossing Fort Mill, SC 29708 YorkCountyED.com David Swenson, Director 803-802-4300

DISTANCE FROM Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina: 19 miles Charlotte-Douglas International Airport: 20 miles (from Rock Hill/Fort Mill border) Charlotte Regional Intermodal Terminal: 20 miles Port of Charleston, South Carolina: 195 miles


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EDUCATION K-12 : THE BEST IN THE STATE In 2017, all four of York County’s K-12 public school districts were ranked in the Top 20 in the state of South Carolina.

Data from k12.niche.com

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, & MATH As school districts prepare students for the future needs of businesses, the STEM Development Foundation works to bring together community leaders to foster Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education, work to increase the number of participants in STEM programs in K-12 and to be a hub for STEM activities in the region. One great stride toward this goal is the annual Teen Career Exploration Opportunity (Teen CEO) Day, an interactive career showcase of STEM opportunities for close to 5,000 8th graders in York and surrounding counties. Learn more at TeenCEOday.com.

HIGHER EDUCATION prepare new graduates to meet the unique needs of the changing economy.

YORK COUNTY K-12 SPECIAL PROGRAMS


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EDUCATION THE TALENT PIPELINE PROGRAM The Talent Pipeline program is designed to create a direct connection (or “pipeline”) between students at educational institutions and local Rock Hill businesses. The program places students with a wide range of skills into paid internships with local businesses, while also helping those businesses offset the cost of the internship. Learn more at JobsRockHill.com.

My internship gave me experience that my classes never could. It’s one thing to learn about [the job], but its a whole different thing to be involved.

JESSLYN HAM

Talent Pipeline Program Intern

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CONNECTIVITY TRANSPORTATION York County offers companies and their workforce efficient access and transportation for their products and people. Ideally situated within close proximity to major interstate highways, rail terminals, ports, and an international airport as well as the beautiful beaches and the mountains of the Carolinas, York County is poised at the intersection of business, opportunity, and quality of life.

AIRPORTS York County is a 30-minute drive and one flight away from the rest of the world thanks to the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). Ranked the sixth busiest airport in the world, the facility averages more than 700 flights daily and is served by seven domestic carriers, three commuter carriers, and two international airlines that provide non-stop service to more than 140 cities. The Charlotte Air Cargo Center, the region’s premier air cargo facility, also is located at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Built on more than fifty acres of aircraft ramp space, the 570,000 square feet of facilities can accommodate all types of aircraft.

Charlotte-Douglas International Airport is the

In York County, The Rock Hill/York County Airport is the major business and industrial airport serving the area. The new 7,200 square-foot terminal is IFR certified, and the facility is home to a 5,500 foot runway.

6th

busiest airport in the world & serves

175

domestic & international destinations.

INTERSTATES Interstate 77 connects York County to Charlotte, North Carolina, and Columbia, South Carolina. More than $270 million in road funds were used to expand I-77 to eight lanes for improved access between York County and metro Charlotte, where it intersects with Interstate 485. Widening projects recently have been completed on the busiest part of this loop, which makes a circle around Charlotte and connects I-77 to I-85. Interstate 85 passes north of York County and is an important link to Raleigh, Durham, and Greensboro, North Carolina, and to Atlanta, Georgia.

PORTS PORT OF CHARLESTON

INLAND PORT

The Port of Charleston, which York County connects to via about a three-hour drive on I-77 and I-26 features modern terminals and boasts a well-deserved reputation for high productivity. More than 350 highly experienced transportation related companies are located in the Charleston area to meet any shipping need.

A full-service port terminal in Greer, South Carolina, is about 212 miles inland from the Port of Charleston. This Inland Port is operated by the South Carolina Ports Authority as a container yard, and exclusive daily rail service is provided by Norfolk Southern to the Port of Charleston. The South Carolina Ports Authority recently announced plans for a second inland port in Dillon, South Carolina.

RAIL SERVICES Rail freight service is provided in York County by CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. Norfolk Southern recently opened a new terminal in Charlotte that is part of its Crescent Corridor, a $2.5 billion infrastructure project constructing a rail connection between the Gulf Coast and New York City. The 2,500 mile route, which provides one of the fastest, most direct connections for intermodal cargo in the Eastern United States, is scheduled for completion in 2020.


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ROCK HILL’S ELECTRIC BUS SYSTEM

In 2017, the City of Rock Hill proposed a new, eco-friendly system to increase accessibility to the entire city. Primarily funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the new bus system will give people access to the busiest areas of Rock Hill, broadening opportunities for employment, utilization of professional services, and retail & restaurant activity.

FEATURES 4 routes • 10± stops per route • Available 14-15 hours per day • Fare Free • Free rider app for route tracking • Free Wifi onboard • Outlets to charge phones

For more information contact: Terrence.Nealy@cityofrockhill.com

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LIFESTYLE A PLACE YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOVE Affordable housing, a walkable downtown, world-class sports facilities, and outdoor amenities—all within a short drive of the urban conveniences of Charlotte.

OLD TOWN ROCK HILL

Rock Hill’s original downtown and home to Winthrop University, Old Town is the social, cultural, and artistic heart of Knowledge Park. See everything Old Town has to offer at OnlyInOldTown.com.

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barrels of beer brewed in old town

5272 CHESTER HIGHWAY 6 BD, 5 full/3 half BA. 7,825 sf. Gated country estate w/2 guest homes, pool, pool house, private pond, fountain & gazebo on 8.9 acres. 2 dining rooms. $875,000 Jeri Alexander, 803-517-4737

state-designated cultural district

12627 NINEBARK TRAIL 5 BD, 4.5 BA. 5,682 sf. 3-acre wooded lot at The Sanctuary, a waterfront community on Lake Wylie. MS on main. 4-car garage. Media and game room. $949,000 Vera Tang, 704-577-6848

609 SORRELL SPRING COURT 5 BD, 4.5 BA. 5,630 sf. Custom home on private wooded cul-de-sac in gated community. Covered porch overlooking in-ground saltwater pool/hot tub. $1,125,000 Marlyn Jamison, 704-363-4432

2189 WINDY OAKS ROAD 3 BD, 3 BA. 3,009 sf. Ranch home on 5 acres. 500 ft. of frontage on Lake Wylie. Wrap-around deck. Dock and boat-lift & 3.5+ wooded acres. No HOA fees. $800,000 Lou Hanson, 704-458-3899

16848 ASHTON OAKS DRIVE 5 BD, 5.5 BA. 6,247 sf. Golf course home designed by Christopher Phelps. Gated community in The Palisades. Basement w/bar, home theater, gym & workshop. $889,000 Jennifer Douse, 803-526-1101

145 OLD POST ROAD 4 BD, 6.5 BA. 8,136 sf. Lake Norman manor on double lot in The Point Village at Trump National. Salt water pool & private boat dock. $2,990,000 Jillian Mack & Candi Schuerger, 704-500-6372

108 MARY MACK LANE 4 BD, 5 full/2 half BA. 5,001 sf. Overlooks 4th hole of Fort Mill golf course. Outdoor entertaining area w/pool & hot tub. 3 fireplaces. 2nd full kitchen upstairs. $1,000,000 Sherri Stinecipher, 803-548-8283

See a full listing of our Homes of the Day at CharlotteBusinessJournal.com

935 EAGLE ROAD 6 BD, 4 full/2 half BA. 6,105 sf. Private 2-acre lot w/mature trees & landscaping & 2 covered porches. Slate floors, 2 fireplaces, pool. Home features an air park. $899,500 Marlyn Jamison, 704-363-4432

10603 NEW TOWN ROAD 3 BD, 3 full/3 half BA. 5,875 sf. Private estate on 14 acres in Marvin. Castle-like home w/walnut floors, 12-ft. ceiling, 4 fireplaces, ceramic tile, stone floors. $2,599,000 Lauren Campbell, 704-579-8333


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LIFESTYLE BREWING UP BUSINESS As the craft beer industry continues to grow nationwide, York County has also seen an increase in its “drink local” movement. With more breweries still in the pipeline, it’s easier than ever to support local businesses while enjoying a refreshing craft product.

YORK COUNTY BREWERIES: Armor Artis Fort Mill • Full Spectrum Brewing Fort Mill • Legal Remedy Brewing Rock Hill • COMING SOON!

Rock Hill Brewing Co. Rock Hill

ON THE WATER Whether it’s paddleboarding, kayaking, bass fishing, or just enjoying the sunset, we’ve got you covered.

Catawba River

Lake Wylie

Riverwalk, Rock Hill Canoe & Kayak Launch 3.35 Miles of Paved Trails Waterfront Resaurant & Wine Bar Retail & Salon Homes & Apartments Athletic Fields

325 Miles of Shoreline Championship Golf Course Marinas Tennis & Swimming Complexes Host of Bassmasters Classic Walking Trails Sailing & Rowing Waterside Restaurants

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2017 ACCOLADES YORK COUNTY LEADS NATION IN JOB GROWTH BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

RIVERWALK DEVELOPMENT WINS GOLD AWARD FOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

JOBSROCKHILL.COM WINS GOLD AWARD FOR SPECIAL PURPOSE WEBSITE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

JOBSROCKHILL.COM WINS “AWARD OF SUPERIOR” FOR SPECIAL PURPOSE WEBSITE SOUTHERN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

SOUTH CAROLINA RANKS 2ND: BEST STATE FOR DOING BUSINESS AREA DEVELOPMENT

WINTHROP UNIVERSITY NAMED “BEST IN THE SOUTHEAST”

PRINCETON REVIEW & U.S. NEWS AND WORLD RANKINGS, 2017


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