Commercial Centers in Rock Hill

With its many amenities, Rock Hill is the ideal location for businesses looking to start operations or expand, as well as for retail and commercial opportunities in our commercial centers.

In addition to our quality business parks, Rock Hill has several high-amenity commercial centers which are ideal for retail and commercial development. The city's newest business center, Old Town, is located conveniently in the city's historic center and is quickly becoming the destination of choice for knowledge economy businesses due to its historic Main Street buildings, converted textile mills and proximity to the beautiful Winthrop University campus. Visit this page frequently to learn about commercial centers that could be the right fit for your business.

  1. Celanese Road Corridor 2750 Celanese Road

    Celanese Road is one of Rock Hill’s newest and fastest growing business corridors. Transformed in 2000 from a congested two-lane commuter route into a modern, seven-lane thoroughfare, it is now experiencing a responsible business boom. From the I-77 interchange to India Hook Road, new shopping centers, medical offices and restaurants have sprouted up to serve nearby neighborhoods and residents. Many banks and other financial services firms including TD Bank, Citizens South Bank, Wells Farg…

  2. Cherry Road Corridor
    2186 Cherry Road

    Rock Hill’s original commercial corridor from the 1960s and 1970s has undergone a dramatic transformation. Public improvements and renewed private investments have re-established Cherry Road as a strong and growing business center. Lodging and restaurants predominate near I-77. National retail chains, including Home Depot, Petsmart, Kmart and Office Depot, anchor major shopping centers, while neighborhood retailers include four major grocery stores. Yet the strength of this corridor’s bus…

  3. College Town Action Plan 701 Oakland Avenue

    Bringing that quintessential “college town” atmosphere to Rock Hill with its interesting mix of coffee houses, live music venues, bookstores, pizzerias, bike shops, artists’ studios, bars, and ethnic restaurants, these establishments add a spark of vitality to the city and encourage commerce and diversity while encouraging new business growth. The College Town Action Plan Working Group’s goal is to consult and engage the broad communities within Winthrop University and the…

  4. Dave Lyle Boulevard Corridor
    1900 Springsteen Road

    The City of Rock Hill has a strong history of creating and implementing innovative economic development strategies through public and private initiatives. The Dave Lyle Corridor and the surrounding areas are poised to benefit from continued application of this successful economic development momentum. The potential for reinvestment and growth in this area of Rock Hill remains very strong and can clearly offer unique opportunities for new growth to complement the redevelopment currently occurring in t…

  5. Medical Corridor
    222 South Herlong Avenue

    It is only fitting that a city like Rock Hill with world-class amenities and infrastructure would boast of an equally capable healthcare system that is state of the art, reliable and accessible. Piedmont Medical Center's more than 380 active, courtesy and consulting physicians, 1,400 full- and part-time employees and 200 volunteers offer their services while bringing medical care that is increasingly comprehensive, accessible and cost effective to the citizens of York, Chester and Lancaster Counties.…

  6. Old Town/Downtown
    139 East Main Street

    Old Town, the beloved term used to identify the historically significant areas of downtown Rock Hill, is a surprisingly competitive and advantageous place for business and growth.  Professional and personal services, back office operations, retail shops, restaurants, and other businesses all prosper in Old Town.  The community resides within a strategic location due to its historic architecture and substantial traffic from citizens and tourists alike.  Only in Old Town can entrepreneur…

  7. Riverwalk
    2850 Cherry Road

    Riverwalk is a multi-phased, mixed-use community village that boasts an unparalleled collection of amenities, including the 3-mile riverfront walk that is part of the greater Carolina Thread Trail system and the Cycling and Outdoor Center of the Carolinas. Idyllically spanning the peaceful banks of the Catawba River, this planned 1,000+ acre village is a natural extension of the historic and revitalized City of Rock Hill. As part of the master plan, the Riverwalk vision includes a YMCA and athletic f…

  8. Textile Corridor
    300 Chatham Avenue

    The City of Rock Hill has designated the former industrial mill area lying between the Winthrop University campus and the historic downtown as the Textile Corridor. Approximately 250 acres in size, this area was formerly characterized by abandoned textile mill properties and remnant mill village neighborhoods.  The largest mill property, formerly the Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company (locally known as “The Bleachery”) is approximately 24 acres in size and is currently under d…

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