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Business

  • County OKs 264 apartments on U.S. 521 at Shelley Mullis

    A 45-acre multiuse development that includes office space, retail stores and 264 apartment units will be built along U.S. 521 just south of Shelley Mullis Road in Indian Land.
    After reviewing a conceptual site map at its Jan. 28 meeting, Lancaster County Council passed third reading of the Widewaters Land Co. zoning request that changes two tracts from general business to regional business, which will accommodate the multifamily housing units.
    The vote was 6-1, with Terry Graham opposed.

  • New event venue: North Corner Haven

    For more than 40 years, the Dooley family kept North Corner Haven a family secret. When they grew weary of their bustling lives in Charlotte, they would drive just over the state line to their 600-acre farm of forest, pasture and ponds to relax, reflect and recharge.
    “We would retreat to the farm to fish, hunt, garden and enjoy nature,” North Corner Haven founder David Dooley said. “It was an opportunity for us to be together and celebrate key milestone events.”

  • RedStone prepares for Phase 2
    Almost a year after its grand opening, the RedStone shopping center has almost completed Phase 1, consisting of over 70,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and commercial space, in addition to the Stone Theatres 14-screen movie complex.
    RedStone, which is being developed by MPV Properties of Charlotte, is located on U.S. 521 at S.C. 160 in the heart of Indian Land.
    “We’re very pleased with Phase 1,” said MPV Properties Development Manager Mike Bilodeau. “We’re happy with the execution. We love the location.”
  • Reopened Red Rose Café keeping the Hartleys busy

    Brenda Hartley just couldn’t keep out of the kitchen after retiring and closing her home-style country-cooking restaurant 10 years ago.
    The Lancaster native reopened the doors of the Red Rose Café in December and has since been welcoming new and old customers alike. The restaurant is at 2704 Flat Creek Road, about 3 miles east of Lancaster.
    “She’s got some good food,” said one of Hartley’s regular customers, Rodger Payne, who eats at the Red Rose Café twice a day when he can. “She’s good!”

  • Business primer for Lancaster 5th graders

    Discovery School fifth graders boarded buses Jan. 10 and headed for downtown Charlotte to spend a day immersed in the business world.
    The “Junior Achievement Biztown” economic simulation was designed to teach students about how business works, and how different businesses connect to the wider economy.
    Junior Achievement is a nationwide, nonprofit organization that develops programs to foster economic and financial literacy for K-12 students. The same “Biztown” program is also used at the high school level.

  • Movement buying Eagle Home Mortgage

    Indian Land-based Movement Mortgage announced Jan. 9 that it is acquiring construction giant Lennar Corp.’s mortgage subsidiary, Eagle Home Mortgage.
    Movement Communications Director Adam O’Daniel described the acquisition as a terrific opportunity. “Eagle Home Mortgage is a company that we’ve respected for a long time,” he said. “We have been actively recruiting their top loan officers for the last few years.”

  • Hilton-Jones, 18-year veteran, is LPD Employee of the Year

    Kayla Vaughn
    kvaughn@thelancasternews.com
    Melvenia Hilton-Jones has been a welcoming smile at the Lancaster Police Department for more than 18 years, working as a records clerk.
    She was recognized for her dedication to the job at the office Christmas party when she was named 2018 Police Department Employee of the Year, along with Officer Elizabeth Catoe, who was named Officer of the Year.

  • Builders Supply puts the sun to work

    LANCASTER – Besides passing solar legislation in 2014, S.C. Sen. Greg Gregory learned about the benefits of solar power by reading Elon Musk’s biography.
    “Elon Musk is essentially the Thomas Edison of our time,” Gregory said. “Something really interesting I read in that book is that the sun generates enough energy by shining on the Earth for one day to power every mechanical thing on the Earth for one year.”

  • Red Ventures shifts 260 jobs to IL

    INDIAN LAND – Red Ventures is bringing an additional 260 jobs are coming to Lancaster County.
    The internet-marketing company announced Wednesday that it was closing its north Charlotte call center and merging it with its Indian Land headquarters.
    The Charlotte location is at University City, near the UNC Charlotte campus.
    Red Ventures CEO Ric Elias said all the employees at the Charlotte operation will be offered sales jobs in Indian Land. 

  • HomeGoods to open April 28

    The Promenade at Carolina Reserve is filling up, with another big retailer set to open this month at the 300,000-square-foot shopping complex in Indian Land.
    HomeGoods will open its doors to customers for the first time at 8 a.m. April 28. It will be the company’s seventh store location in the Charlotte regional market.
    HomeGoods merchandise includes furniture, rugs, lighting, décor and more.