With $280 million in retail sales, 80,000+ MSA residents, an array of vibrant commercial districts and a robust tourism and hospitality industry, Camden has a lot to offer. If you’re looking for free market insights, consumer profiles or opportunity analysis, check out our free information below provided in partnership with The Retail Coach®.
If you’re bullish on Camden and are ready to begin exploring where in Camden you want to call home, we have you covered. With a wide range of sites available from retail, to commercial to industrial, this should be your first stop in exploring Camden’s opportunities.
Camden’s Commercial Districts
Where Business Gets Done
Looking to tap into the $280 million in retail sales happening in bustling Camden, SC? Explore our varied and unique commercial districts where 80,000+ residents connect makers, restaurateurs, artists and retail establishments. From the vibrant Camden Cultural District to Horse Country’s Dusty Bend…there’s a lot of potential here.
Downtown Camden District
Our downtown commercial district boasts several blocks of arts, culture, and award-winning boutiques and restaurants; including Camden’s Cultural District. Downtown Camden’s Trade Area comprises a population of 51,342.
US 1/Springdale Drive Retail Corridor
The $9 million redevelopment of River Oaks Shopping in Camden’s growing West DeKalb/US 1/Springdale Drive Retail Corridor includes Hobby Lobby, Marshalls, Pet Sense, Five Below and Masa Mexican Street Food and serves a consumer population of 81,500.
Our uptown Dusty Bend district meets residents and travelers from the Lake Wateree region and even further north, offering a variety of goods and services for those who visit the city for a few hours, the day, or all weekend. It is also experiencing significant residential growth, and a new medical care facility expansion by the Kershaw County Health District Services is fueling new investment interest in the area.
Residential and technical college expansion is fueling additional growth at the City’s Southern Gateway with hotels and restaurants along south Broad Street/I-20 interchange. Opportunities for shopping center, multi-family and entertainment developments are wide open.
The Mid-City Corridor immediately west of Downtown Camden comprises a variety of construction and automotive-related and professional services businesses, as well as government-related operations. A variety of healthcare services-related businesses seek to expand in this area, and the newly redeveloped 6.5-acre Camden Square shopping center has opportunity for tenants and future outparcel development.
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