Developers of University Center, a future development on 23 acres near downtown Rock Hill, once the site of the Bleachery, unveiled plans in 2016 for future shops, apartments, offices, restaurants and outdoor spaces.
Developers of University Center, a future development on 23 acres near downtown Rock Hill, once the site of the Bleachery, unveiled plans in 2016 for future shops, apartments, offices, restaurants and outdoor spaces. Rendering courtesy City of Rock Hill
Developers of University Center, a future development on 23 acres near downtown Rock Hill, once the site of the Bleachery, unveiled plans in 2016 for future shops, apartments, offices, restaurants and outdoor spaces. Rendering courtesy City of Rock Hill

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