Over 30 retailers — clothing boutiques, banks, law offices, a wine store, a yoga studio, a bike shop, you name it — are reaping the benefits of a location in Nexton. And of course the biggest benefit is simply that Nexton has grown into a place where all sorts of people — people with shopping on their minds and money in their pockets — like to be.
Situated at I-26 and 17A and with an interchange at I-26 and Nexton Parkway, Nexton was destined to become the prime location along the I-26 growth corridor. And Nexton has capitalized on this advantage with a beautiful and walkable community plan that mixes office, retail and dining with a stunning variety of new homes and connects the whole thing together with a network of trails, parks and nature. And this is not only drawing lots of businesses and homebuyers to Nexton, it’s also attracting plenty of recognition. In fact, Nexton was named the 2021 Community of the Year by the National Home Builders Association.
BY THE NUMBERS
» Nexton is planned to have about 7,000 homes and 3,000 apartments for a future total of more than 30,000 residents
» Restaurants and retail in Nexton are within 5 miles of Cane Bay and Carnes Crossroads, totaling 25,000 homes
» Nexton’s strong commercial growth creates significant daytime employment and traffic with access and visibility from 199B and I-26
The multifaceted character of Nexton means a variety of different situations and configurations for retail. Be part of a walkable mixed-use district. Get close to outdoor gathering places. Or to busy office districts. Somewhere in Nexton you’ll find the perfect spot to set up shop.
A retail center with room for big box along the highly active boundary between Nexton and Cane Bay, surrounded by thousands of homes.
A delightfully walkable district of storefronts, offices, apartments and hotels with the town green of Nexton Square and the outdoor performance venue in Brown Family Park.
Nexton Parkway is the front door of the whole community. And a mix of retail, dining and office with instant interstate access and corporate-campus-size parcels set the Parkway Corridor apart.
As our newest village, Midtown, takes shape, a retail core of the same name will follow—bringing shops, dining and office to the neighborhood.
With its large land parcels, I-26 frontage and open zoning, this is where the retail, dining, office and apartments of Downtown Nexton will come to life.
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