Shopping Centers & Districts in Columbia & Lexington SC

July 2, 2019

Columbiana Centre  The largest enclosed mall in Columbia, includes well-known retailers like Belk, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Michael Kors, Forever 21 and Victoria’s Secret.   Whether you’re searching for a special something or just want to spend the day exploring the hottest new items, visit Columbiana Centre and you’ll find just what you’re looking for. For unique-to-the-market choices, this shopping mall is Columbia’s preferred retail destination.
100 Columbiana Circle. 803.781.1000 | Northwest 

Village at Sandhill Nicely landscaped outdoor shopping village with department stores Belk, TJ Maxx and JC Penney, Academy Sports. The open-air center offers a mix of nationally and locally owned merchants and restaurants. The center features over 100 different merchants, with restaurants, a movie theater, and luxury residences. It is located at the intersection of Clemson and Two Notch Roads. More here.
481 Town Center Place. 803.419.0235 | Northeast

Dutch Square Mall  Office Depot, Burlington Coat Factory, Hibbett Sports, GB Shoes and Planet Fitness. Clothing and athletic shoe stores. AMC Movie Theater on site. Best China Buffet. More here.
421 Bush River Road. 803.772.3864 | Northwest

Main Street  Main Street is a re-vitalized downtown area and has become a shopping destination for unique specialty items. 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. Read more about Main Street here.

Five Points Five Points is a distinctive shopping village with an eclectic collection of boutiques and services, including casual and designer clothing, original art, gourmet goods, unique gifts, fine jewelry, cobbler shops and salons.

Devine Street Upscale shops offer fashionable clothing and shoes, art, fine jewelry, home decor, and gifts, and specialty boutiques.  Want to find some GREAT discounts for back-to-school? Shop Devine Street’s “Sidewalk Sale” – August 2nd (Friday), August 3rd (Saturday) and August 4th (Sunday)**. This event perfectly coincides with the SC Tax Free Weekend, so your savings will be even BIGGER! 

The Vista  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. Gervais St. between Assembly St. and Huger St. 

Trenholm Plaza  This upscale shopping center with  Stein Mart, Chico’s and Fresh Market, as well as J. Crew, and Anthropologie.
4840 Forest Drive | East 

Cross Hill Market It is home to Whole Foods and fashionable shops like ULTA, Nadeau, and M Boutique.
4305 Ft. Jackson Blvd | East

The River District & State Street Merchants | Cross the River to West Columbia for cool and funky shopping with a mixture of art galleries, antique malls and home decor shops.
Meeting St. (US1), State St. | West

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. 

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