Two Rock Hill movie sites are headlining the area’s biggest real estate sales of late. There is also a Walmart site and lots of lots off of I-77.
Nearly 30 properties in York, Lancaster and Chester counties sold for $1 million or more in April. Combined, sales amounted to over $108 million.
Here are, according to each county’s land records, the top April property sales in the tri-county area:
▪ A nearly 120,000 square foot storage facility between Fort Mill and Tega Cay was sold on April 25 for $13 million. The 881 Gold Hill Road property built in 2016 was sold by ABI Better Boxes Fort Mill to an affiliate of Simply Self Storage of Orlando, Florida. The site is west of I-77 near the intersection of Gold Hill and Pleasant Roads.
▪ York’s Super Walmart site was sold to Michigan-based Agree Eastern. A nearly 152,000 square foot commercial property built in 1998, on nearly 18 acres, sold on April 5 for $12.8 million. The property at 970 E. Liberty St. is west of the Moss Justice Center and east of downtown York.
▪ Nearly 5 acres at 600 Greenway Industrial Dr. in Fort Mill were sold on April 27 for $11 million. The site includes a distribution warehouse of over 100,000 square feet in the Lakemont area near Carowinds Boulevard and Pleasant Road. YFO Exchange of Fort Mill bought the site for nearly double what former owner 600 Greenway LLC paid in a 2020 sale. The site was pieced together as part of a larger property that s sold in 2014 for over $53 million.
▪ A Rock Hill movie theater sold on April 22 for $10.8 million. The nearly 14-acre 1935 Cinema Dr. property includes the nearly 60,000 square feet Manchester Cinemas. California-based Ramar Property purchased the site from Lyle Cinemas. The theater was built in 2000.
▪ A Fort Mill industrial property sold on April 5 for $7.4 million. The 419 York Southern Road site includes a 100,000 square foot distribution warehouse and 1,200 square feet of retail space. Both buildings were constructed in 1978. An Alabama company purchased the nearly 7-acre property not far from the North Carolina line between the Lifepointe and MorningStar church properties.
▪ Three properties in the I-77 area of Rock Hill were sold on April 27 for $6.5 million. The properties combine for approximately 50 acres. A California-based company purchased the properties from Javelin Real Estate. The properties line the east side of the highway between South Anderson and Firetower roads. The southernmost room is next to Rock Hill High School. Part of the property has had several metal fabrication business owners.
▪ A total of 21 properties on Grish Street and one on Grant Farm Drive in Fort Mill were sold on April 26 for $5.7 million. Residential properties are a mix of built and vacant sites. The site is in the northern part of York County near Tega Cay off SC 160 West. Triangle Real Estate of Gastonia has purchased properties from Carolina Opportunity Fund.
▪ A 25,000 square foot commercial building at 3475 Lakemont Blvd. in Fort Mill sold on April 5 for nearly $4.4 million. The property is over 4 acres. A Charlotte company bought the office building there.
▪ A 4,700+ square foot retail building at 4824 Old York Road was sold on April 5 for $3.5 million. The oil change business that was built there last year is in the Newport area of Rock Hill, near the Walmart mall. A company based in Matthews, North Carolina, purchased the site.
▪ More than 21 acres of vacant residential property in Clover sold for nearly $3.2 million on April 4. The property is near the southwest corner of the SC 55 and 557 intersection, in Ole Cambridge Circle. It’s just west of Clover High School. Mattamy Carolina Corporation purchased the site from local developer Development Solutions Group.
▪ More than two dozen vacant real estate sites on Hunts Mesa Drive, Moon Hill Place, Haystack Avenue and Sandstone Crest Lane in Lancaster County sold on April 13 for nearly $3.1 million. Stanley Martin Homes of Charlotte owns Indian Land properties in the newest development in the Harrisburg and Barberville Roads area, against the North Carolina state line.
▪ A commercial building of over 12,000 square feet on almost 3 acres at 499 Lakeshore Pkwy. sold on April 14 for $2.9 million. New Jersey-based Vekash Holdings has purchased the Tech Park office building in Rock Hill.
▪ The 22+ acre industrial site located at 136 Grace Ave. in Lancaster was sold on April 1 for $2.5 million. Springs Global US of Fort Mill purchased the site from Springs Office Investors LLC. The 100,000+ square foot site was built in 1969 and remodeled in 1974.
▪ A 160,000 square foot commercial building on 19 acres was sold on April 4 for $2.5 million in Chester County. Sloan Industries purchased the 2218 Dawson Dr. site from Jam Next Generation. The property is north of Chester, between Saluda and Darby roads.
▪ Nearly 10 acres of property at 2240 Rosewood Drive was sold on April 12 for $2 million. The Rock Hill School District has sold the more than 40,000 square foot school site, formerly Rosewood Elementary School, to Westminster Catawba Christian School.
▪ A home on more than 23 acres in Lancaster sold on April 5 for nearly $1.6 million. The Three Crow Road property home is over 3,700 square feet.
▪ The former Carmike Cinema 7 and AMC Theaters site in Rock Hill sold for nearly $1.5 million. Doggett LLC purchased the property from Stewart & Everett Theaters on March 30, but re-registered the site in property records on April 11. The 22,000+ square foot theater built in 1982 sits on nearly 5 acres at 2150 Cherry Road.
Plans were submitted to the city last year to convert the old theater into residential space.
▪ More than 10 acres of commercial property on Walnut Creek Parkway in Indian Land sold on April 14 for nearly $1.4 million. Lakemont Property Investors of Charlotte purchased the site from Edenmoor Land Acquisition. The property is on the southeast corner of US 521, or Charlotte Highway, and Walnut Creek Parkway.
▪ A 3,400 square foot home on Pine Moss Lane in Lake Wylie sold on April 14 for $1.3 million.
▪ A 5,000 square foot home at Wessington Manor Lane in Fort Mill was sold on April 8 for $1.3 million.
▪ A 4,100 square foot home at Wood Duck Point in Lake Wylie sold on April 6 for $1.3 million.
▪ A 30-acre King Road home in western York County sold on April 25 for nearly $1.3 million.
▪ A 3,700 square foot house on Thatcher Way in Fort Mill sold on April 28 for nearly $1.2 million.
▪ Over 66 acres of residential property on Bate Harvey Road in Clover was sold on April 19 for over $1.1 million. The property is located between Glenn Road and Christmas Tree Lane.
▪ A home on Chimney Bluff Road in Lancaster County was sold on April 21 for $1.1 million.
▪ A 3,800 square foot Harvest Pointe Drive home in Fort Mill sold on April 20 for more than $1 million.
▪ A 3,700 square foot home at Wessington Manor Lane in Fort Mill sold on April 28 for more than $1 million.
▪ A nearly 5,000 square foot home in Lancaster County on Loire Valley Drive sold on April 18 for more than $1 million.
▪ Nearly 29 acres of farm property on Old Church Road in Lancaster County was sold on April 19 for $1 million. The property is between Old Church and US 521, just north of East Rebound Road in Indian Land.