The Bleachery, in downtown Rock Hill, is rich in history. Originally opened in 1929 by M. Lowenstein & Sons, the Bleachery helped to provide the catalyst for the city’s economic development and was a prolific economic force in the city from 1929 to its eventual closure in 1998. Since its closure, the Bleachery buildings have stood largely vacant and have been subjected to vandalism and arson, belittling the grand historic contribution of the complex to the city and the region. In an effort to restore the area to a level of prominence and thriving economic prosperity, the City of Rock Hill developed the Textile Corridor Master Plan and Development Strategy.
The Lowenstein Building and the attached 1939 buildings offer an exceptional redevelopment and historic building restoration opportunity for a developer or business owner looking for large, flexible spaces at a cost that is substantially below market values. Find more information about this property, possible redevelopment ideas, and how the City of Rock Hill can help.
If your firm has experienced success with the following, please consider this opportunity to partner with the City of Rock Hill in redevelopment of its Historic Textile Corridor.