• Work begins on 289 apartments

    LandSouth Construction has begun construction on The Flats at Edgewater, a 289-unit luxury apartment community in Indian Land.
    The Flats at Edgewater is situated on 20 acres on Edgewater Parkway.
    “The Flats at Edgewater is a true luxury apartment community and will bring a lifestyle option that has not been offered in the area before,” said LandSouth President/CEO James Pyle. “The generous array of apartment homes will offer quality construction, striking design and interior finishes combined with a variety of amenities.”

  • Menchie’s celebrates with festivities

    Menchie’s, North America’s largest self-serve frozen yogurt franchise, has opened its newest store in RedStone. Offering high-quality, delicious self-serve frozen yogurt, Menchie’s is sure to become a local community favorite.
    Menchie’s will spread smiles with a grand opening celebration this weekend.
    It will kick off with a ribbon-cutting with Menchie’s mascot at 10 a.m. Friday, April 20.

  • Business Briefcase: April 18, 2018

    Wilson joins Coldwell Banker
    Realtor Shannon Wilson has joined Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. If interested in buying or selling a home, visit shannonwilson.cbintouch.com or call (980) 234-4056.

    Menchie’s ribbon-cutting April 20

  • Tropical Smoothie Cafe now open in RedStone

    from Tropical Smoothie Cafe
    The new Tropical Smoothie Cafe held its soft opening Friday, April 6, offering residents what the company calls “simply delicious fresh blended drinks and healthful meals.”
    Tropical Smoothie’s newest 1,680-square-foot cafe features an island-inspired atmosphere.
    The Indian Land cafe is owned by Peter and Linda Ruggiero of Fort Mill, who are excited to bring the flavor of the tropics to South Carolina residents.

  • Business Briefcase 4-11-18

    Farmers market meeting April 17

    The Lancaster County Farmer’s/Artisan’s Market meeting is 6 p.m. April 17 at the Springdale Recreation Center, 260 S. Plantation Road, Lancaster. The meeting is for all potential farmers and artisans planning to sell at the market this year. For details, call Mike Barnes at (803) 289-6093.

    Ag+Art Tour seeks artisan participants     

  • Moe’s to open in RedStone on Thursday

    from Moe’s Southwest Grill
    “Welcome to Moe’s!” will soon be heard here when Moe’s Southwest Grill opens at 9623 Redstone Drive, Suite 100, on April 5.
    To celebrate the grand opening, the Indian Land Moe’s is giving away free burritos for a year for the first 100 fans in line opening day. The prize entitles each winner to one burrito per week for a year at this Moe’s location. Opening day will also feature $3 burritos.

  • New business offers pet care options

    Indian Land Pet Sitting

    Local pet owners have a new option when it comes to finding someone to care for their pets when they can’t do it themselves.
    Indian Land Pet Sitting opened in January to serve the Panhandle area with professional pet sitting and dog-walking services.

  • Business Briefcase 4-4-18

    You tell us: Who’s the best of the best?

    Vote for your favorite area businesses in Carolina Gateway’s ninth annual Best of the Best contest. Readers may vote online at www.carolinagatewayonline.com for their favorite businesses in each of 60-plus categories.

    Readers must be 18 years old to participate. Deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. April 4.

    The businesses with the most votes in each category will be the winners.

  • Business Briefcase 3-28-18

    Chamber Mix and Mingle March 29

    The Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce will hold an After 5! Mix and Mingle! 5:30-7:30 p.m. March 29 at Benford Brewing, 2271 Boxcar Road, Lancaster. 

    The event will include Benford Brewing’s beer, True Crafted Pizza food truck and music and karaoke by Karaoke Konnections. 

  • Let’s go to the movies!

    by Denise Johnston/ for Carolina Gateway
    RedStone 14 Theater in Indian Land celebrated its grand opening Friday, March 23. The theater boasts 14 screens and the only PDX Large Format Auditorium in South Carolina.
    The lobby of the theater was decked out in balloon arches simulating popcorn popping out of red and white striped boxes. Vases of flowers in the theater’s theme colors of blue, gold and yellow sat in the center of each café table. The atmosphere was warm and inviting with a sense of anticipation in the air.