Development Site at York St NE and Columbia Ave NE

0 York Street Aiken, SC 29801

0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801
0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801 0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801 0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801 0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Sep 17, 2021


  • High-Visibility in Opportunity Zone
  • Corner Mixed-Use Development Site


Approximately 18-acre level development site in Aiken’s Opportunity Zone, with 448' of frontage on Columbia Ave NE and 382' of frontage on York St NE (US Hwy 1). Site currently has LI and GB Zoning, and is suitable for retail, office or light industrial use. This location could also have a retail/commercial component and a multifamily component. Very suitable for mixed-use development. A portion of the site is located in wetlands and in the floodplain. The Rural Health Services Clyburn Center facility is located to the west of property. This site could also be developed for medical mixed-use. Located in the City of Aiken, SC.

In the City of Aiken, SC, just north of the Central Business District at the intersection of York St NE and Columbia Ave NE. South of the intersection of Rutland Dr. and York St. NE. Site is in very close proximity to Aiken County Schools, the Medical Community, and Downtown Aiken.

Lot Size: 18.0 acres

Map of 0 York Street, Aiken, SC, 29801

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