The conversation about the town of Fort Mill has always resonated with rich echoes of the past.

Textiles. Springs Industries. Peach orchards. And a proud history.
Now the legacy is becoming stronger than ever as the fabric of life in Fort Mill is rewoven by corporate headquarters relocations, the 2,100-acre Anne Springs Close Greenway, direct access to the interstate, and close proximity to Charlotte, one of the fastest growing cities in the country. With the exciting new heirloom project of Kingsley, Fort Mill will be known as a destination that honors past generations by providing a development that will be cherished by generations to come.

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A big shift in the future of Fort Mill

An homage to Fort Mill’s textile heritage

Lash Group could more than double current employment in Fort Mill to 2,500

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