Lancaster News/Carolina Gateway Article 
Announcement has been made that a state-of-the-art 74,000 square foot YMCA will be built at CrossRidge Center in Indian Land.  The YMCA will be the "anchor" of a 170-acre planned development which, according to the Lancaster News/Carolina Gateway Article, will include a "business park, gated residential community, retail businesses, walking trails, greenways and other amenities."  

Construction of the YMCA, which will include a large water park, will begin in the fall and it is expected be competed in 2020.

A lot has been happening at RedStone. With more and more stores opening their doors, there's more and more reasons to get over here!
Open Now:
  • Stone Theatres
  • Which Wich
  • Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers
  • Moe's Southwest Grill
  • Tropical Smoothie Café
  • NEW TODAY Menchie's Frozen Yogurt
Keep checking to keep up with the latest!

PROMENADE AT CAROLINA RESERVE will feature 350,000 SF of retail space including entertainment, restaurants and big box and will be a complementary project to CORNERSTONE SOUTH, which is currently anticipating 200,000 SF of commercial space.  Information courtesy of Lennar Commercial.

Location of both projects:  Hwy 521 and Jim Wilson Road - Right across the street from Carolina Commons

It's been a long time in coming, but Phase 1 of REDSTONE is scheduled to open Spring 2018.


After years of searching for the perfect piece of land for a new recycling center, Lancaster County Leaders have closed a deal on more tha 4 acres in Indian Land.

The purchase means residents no longer will have to travel across state lines to the Foxhole Landfill in Charlotte, off U.S. 521. 

District 7 County Councilman Brian Carnes said that about two years ago the county was forced to abruptly close its recycling and solid-waste center on leased land on Jim Wilson Road. The property owner sold the parcel to a developer who built homes on the site.

County officials wasted no time searching for land for a new center, but it wasn’t easy. “There’s not a whole lot of cheap property in Indian Land anymore,” Carnes said.

In the meantime, a deal was worked out for South Carolina residents to take solid waste and recyclables to the Charlotte facility. Carnes said the Foxhole facility recently has considered charging S.C. residents for using the landfill and began limiting the number of bags of garbage that could be brought in one trip.

Over the years, several pieces of land were ruled out because of push back from nearby residents, but county leaders finally purchased 4.61 acres in the 521 Perimeter Commerce Park on Northfield Drive on April 15. County Administrator Steve Willis confirmed the purchase price, including closing fees, was $300,000, and that construction will be paid by property taxes.

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