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January 3, 2019

The Greater Columbia area features so many places to shop, from boutique shops to designer clothing, antiques to art galleries. If you’re trying to keep pace with the ever-changing fashion scene, or looking for an original work of art to hang in your home, then this list of shopping centers is the one for you!


Columbiana Centre

100 Columbiana Circle. 803.781.1000

The largest enclosed mall in Columbia, includes well-known retailers like Belk, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Michael Kors, Forever 21 and Victoria’s Secret.


Village at Sandhill

481 Town Center Place. 803.419.0235

Nicely landscaped outdoor shopping village with department stores Belk, TJ Maxx and JC Penney, Academy Sports. 


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Dutch Square Mall

421 Bush River Road. 803.772.3864

Office Depot, Burlington Coat Factory, Hibbett Sports, GB Shoes.  


Main Street

Enjoy small shops from art galleries to outdoor outfitters. Soda City Market held every Saturday 9am – 1pm – buy anything from fresh veggies to handmade clothing to art pottery and glass.


Devine Street

Upscale shops offer fashionable clothing and shoes, art, fine jewelry, home decor, and gifts, and specialty boutiques.


The Vista

Gervais St. between Assembly St.  and Huger St.

The trendy Vista where dining and nightlife are abuzz, one can also find shops like Urban Outfitters, art galleries and an eclectic mix of folks selling kayaks and canoes, lamps, jewelry and local art.


Trenholm Plaza

4840 Forest Drive

This upscale shopping center with  Stein Mart, Chico’s and Fresh Market, as well as 32 Degrees, J. Crew, and Anthropologie


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Cross Hill Market

700 Cross Hill Road

Cross Hill Market is home to Whole Foods and fashionable shops like ULTA, Nadeau, and M Boutique.


The River District & State Street Merchants

Meeting St. (US1), State Street

Cross the River to West Columbia for cool and funky shopping with a mixture of art galleries, antique malls and home decor shops.


Hwy 378 Lexington

From big box stores to smaller locally owned shops sandwiched in-between, this stretch of commercial business is one of the most successful in all Columbia.
Featuring a new Lowe’s Foods and Lidl!


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