OTO Development earns 6 Adrian awards for excellence in travel marketing
OTO's eCommerce department was recognized by the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International (HSMAI) for excellence in a range of categories in advertising, social and digital media and marketing.
Sunshine generates new investments in Spartanburg County
While California-based Renewable Properties begins work on a $22.7 million investment in solar facilities throughout Spartanburg County, Johnson Development Associates is moving forward with small-scale, 2-megawatt solar projects on 16 of its Spartanburg sites.
OTO Development acquires its first Key West hotel
"This purchase extends the geographic reach of our operations with an ideal location in America's southernmost city," Corry Oakes, CEO of OTO Development, said in a statement.
Elara at the Market opens with 150 luxury apartments on Western
Johnson Development Associates has completed Elara at the Market, an eight-story apartment building just north of Pike Place Market at the southeast corner of Western and Blanchard Street. The 150-unit building includes five live-work units, all on Western.
How S.C.’s largest private art collection helped transform an old mill town
The Johnson Collection organizes exhibitions, publishes catalogs, lends work to other institutions and flings open its doors to scholars.
OTO Development adds four properties to managed portfolio
"We are committed to enduring business relationships grounded in mutual trust, respect, service and reliability," says Corry Oakes, President/CEO of OTO Development.
South Carolina’s first AC Hotel opens in downtown Spartanburg
“It’s a dynamic addition to a rapidly revitalizing downtown and everything — from architecture to amenities to artwork — is designed to introduce South Carolina to the AC brand’s ‘New Way to Hotel,’” said Geordy Johnson, CEO of Johnson Management.
Starbucks plans to open first location in downtown Spartanburg
Starbucks is set to move into the space at 156 W. Main St. beside The Johnson Collection Gallery near Morgan Square. “We’re looking forward to being part of the community,” Starbucks said.
Amazon to open $30 million Alabama ‘sortation center’
The center is a partnership between Amazon and Johnson Development Associates.