Rock Hill City Manager David Vehaun (left) and principal developer Skip Tuttle of The Tuttle Company walk outside of the Lowenstein Building in Rock Hill on the corner of West White and Laurel streets. The renovation of the Lowenstein Building was a key factor in the birth of the proposed University Center area, a 23-acre site, which could soon house a 170,000-square-foot indoor sports arena, a hotel, student housing for nearby Winthrop University and more.
Rock Hill City Manager David Vehaun (left) and principal developer Skip Tuttle of The Tuttle Company walk outside of the Lowenstein Building in Rock Hill on the corner of West White and Laurel streets. The renovation of the Lowenstein Building was a key factor in the birth of the proposed University Center area, a 23-acre site, which could soon house a 170,000-square-foot indoor sports arena, a hotel, student housing for nearby Winthrop University and more. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
Rock Hill City Manager David Vehaun (left) and principal developer Skip Tuttle of The Tuttle Company walk outside of the Lowenstein Building in Rock Hill on the corner of West White and Laurel streets. The renovation of the Lowenstein Building was a key factor in the birth of the proposed University Center area, a 23-acre site, which could soon house a 170,000-square-foot indoor sports arena, a hotel, student housing for nearby Winthrop University and more. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com

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