±123 Acres in Northeast Columbia, Planned Urban Development For All Commercial Services
Hardscrabble Road, Columbia, SC 29223
- 123 Acres
- Land Office Retail Multifamily-Apartment Commercial-Specialty Residential
- For Sale
The property is part of the original planned mixed-use development called Rice Creek, a Planned Urban Development (PUD) zoned for single family residential, multifamily, office, and retail. The site is located on Hardscrabble Road, north of Clemson Road and directly across from the main entrance to Lake Carolina. There is easy access to the site from either Killian Road and I-77 at exit 22 or from Clemson Road and I-20 at exit 80, with easy access to surrounding markets such as Downtown Columbia or Charlotte.
The property is zoned for Richland County School District Two schools within six miles and there are 15 Richland Two schools total within a 7-mile radius.
Northeast Columbia is the fastest-growing submarket in the Columbia MSA. The property is located within five miles of the Village at Sandhill, a 300+ acre multi-phase lifestyle center development that includes a distinctive array of restaurants and specialty retailers among office, medical, recreational and residential settings.
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Lot Size: 123 Acres
Area Available: 123 Acres
- Part of Rice Creek mixed-use Planned Urban Development, which can accommodate single-family, multifamily and commercial
- Adjacent to Lake Carolina and just minutes from Killian Road
- Development opportunity in the fastest-growing Columbia submarket
- Traffic counts: Hardscrabble Road - 20,600 VPD
- Hardscrabble Road is being widened from 2 to 5 lanes
- Close proximity to Richland County School District 2 schools; Zoned for Round Top Elementary School, Blythewood Middle School and Blythewood High School
- Public utilities available at road
- Single-Family Residential parcels starting at $29,000 per acre
- Multifamily Residential parcels starting at $57,500 per acre
- Commercial parcels starting at $175,000 per acre