A historic landmark carved during the textile era of the south; “The Heddle” – Manufacturing & Trade Park continues in it’s modern day, serving as host to a variable list of businesses who call it home.
“Market at the Heddle” features a parade of local manufacturing and trade focused business entrepreneurs, inventors, culinary creators showcasing their products and services.
The Heddle; coined from its history as “Steel Heddle,” made its first footprint in Greenville in 1923 amidst the hype of the textile industry.
Many withstood long hours upright these concrete floors and have a story to tell when they come back to pay a visit to what is much unchanged, yet preserved.
The cafeteria untouched; just the lights turned dim. “The Heddle” continues its role in manufacturing in 2020 serving a foundation to several trade industries: from coffee manufacturing to inventors and producers alike.
Each day we are reminded of the history here and reminisce through our halls at the whisper of the old machinery. It’s truly a special place to come to. The energy lives through these walls.
Enjoy your time here! Feel free to visit the Greenville Historical Society for more information about “Steel Heddle” and it’s contribution to the history of Greenville.
Through extensive revitalization and modern design, “The Heddle” continues to serve a myriad of businesses, home to the Upstate of South Carolina .
“The Heddle” offers a landscape of nearly one million square feet of warehouse, flex space, structural buildings, steel containers, + more.
The park is situated along CSX rail paths and is accessible from (3) access controlled entry points.
With its close proximity to downtown, interstate highways, and the inland port, “The Heddle” is a center focal point for trade in the southeast region.
The historic site, now just three years shy of a “century” long celebration continues of path of innovation and integration in the business community!
WE ARE LOCATED
Nothing from October 16, 2021 to November 16, 2021.
The following companies have posted their application for employment.