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Charleston, South Carolina is one of America's most beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasures, with a rich 300 year history and hundreds of lovingly preserved structures. The area also features lush sea islands and beaches that offer recreation and relaxation.
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  • 4840 Tanger Outlet Blvd.
    N. Charleston, SC 29418
  • 382,180 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 1,046,195
    Population (60 miles)
  • I-26 - 104,000
    I-526 @ I-26 - 91,000
    International Blvd - 26,900
    Montague Ave - 30,300
    Daily Traffic Count
  • 783,132 - Charleston-North Charleston, SC
    MSA Population
  • Savannah, GA (83 miles)
    Columbia, SC (97 miles)
    Major Cities
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  • T1: Building Pad to accommodate +/-10,000 SF building
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  • Charleston is the oldest and second-largest city in South Carolina with a population close to 700,000.
  • The Port of Charleston receives more than 1,700 vessels every year, 85 of those are cruise ships worth $37 million a year to the area.
  • Charleston was recently labelled the “Silicon Harbor” for its up-and-coming collection of tech industries. Home to Boeing, Blackbaud, Bosch, BenefitFocus and Google. Boeing’s $1 billion expansion will add over 2000 new technical jobs by 2020.
  • Charleston’s federal historic sites support hundreds of jobs and invest nearly $50 million to the local economy. The city welcomes over 4 million visitors a year.
  • #1 Top City in the U.S. and Canada 2015 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards.
  • Charleston is famous for its unique culture which blends traditional Southern U.S., English, French, and West African elements. The downtown peninsula is well known for its art, music, local cuisine, and fashion. It is home to the Lowcountry Oyster Festival, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Charleston Wine + Food Festival, Family Circle Cup, Cooper River Bridge Run and Charleston Fashion Week.
  • Local presence by nearly every Military agency in the US Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. Employs 22,000+ in the region (active & civilian) and adds $3 billion annually to the local economy.
DEMOGRAPHICS (0-60 MILES)
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1,046,195
Population
407,835
Households
266,313
Families
37.9
Median Age
$81,754
Average Household Income
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Females 73% 75%
Average Age 43.7 46
Average Household Income $84,780 $91,837
Race-Caucasian 61% 71%
Race-Hispanic or Latino 4% 5%
Race - African American 19% 7%
Race - Asian 5% 7%
Marital Status- married 66% 73%
Local Resident Shoppers 68% 58%
Tourist (self-defined) 22% 42%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per yr) 12.7 8.2
Percentage of First Time Visitors 16% 17%
Avg # of Stores Visited 7.5 8.7
Avg # of Stores Purchased In 3.3 4
% of shoppers making a purchase 91% 95%
Length of Shopping Visit 100 minutes 129 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party 2.8 3.1
Average Shopping Expenditure $203 $243
Average Perceived Savings 33% 36%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.