We hope you’re reading this week’s Buzz from the comfort of your own porch, somewhere you probably haven’t spent more than five minutes since April. Brush off a couple leaves and take a look at what went on last week!
RealOp has expanded their market to Atlanta after acquiring The Corners Office Park, a four-building office portfolio totaling in 290,924 square feet.
Sylvan Learning of Northeast Columbia recently hired Sharon D. Smith to be the new Director of Education. Sharon has an impressive list of experiences that you can read about here.
We spotted the Old Cigar Warehouse on the Greenville Journal’s list of the best holiday party venues in Greenville.
Rebuild Upstate received $7,500 from the Countybank Foundation. You can read up on the Countybank Foundation and Rebuild here.
Officials expect the I-85/385 Gateway Project to be fully completed by 2020. Fox Carolina did a story on the current state of the project and what else it has left; read about it here.
Did someone say latte? Joe’s Place Bookstore will be hosting a Latte Art Throwdown on October 19th! Do you think you have what it takes to win it all? Head on over to the event page and see all the details!
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate will be hosting their 2019 Annual Fundraiser, A Low Country Evening. As one of the sponsors, we’re suggest you check out more on this event!
Kopis and the local chapter of American Cancer Society have come together for the first Real Men Wear Pink TopGolf Tournament to help raise funds for cancer research. More information on the event can be found here, but you can grab your tickets here!