7 developments coming to Charleston, SC in 2022

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Rendering of the Lowline | Photo provided by Lowcountry Lowline

We’ve been hearing announcements on various developments — from Ashley River Park to the new TopGolf location — coming to the Lowcountry. In 2022, Charleston’s business + economic development landscape will only continue to grow. 

In case you skimmed over some of this groundbreaking news, here’s a quick re-cap. 

  • Ashley River Park, off of Bacons Bridge Road in Dorchester County
    An 87-acre park will open near Summerville and feature picnic areas, two dog parks, fishing piers, and boardwalks. Ashley River Park is set to open in 2022. See more details.
  • Pine Trace Natural Area, off of Miles Jamison Road in Summerville
    This $4.5 million, 300-acre property will be converted into a park with a disc golf course, two dog parks, and over five miles of trails. Construction is set to begin in March and the park is scheduled to open by the end of 2022. Get the full scoop
  • Topgolf, by Tanger Outlet Drive + International Boulevard in North Charleston
    This high-tech driving range and sports bar will open a two-level, 72-bay location in North Charleston in 2022. This will be Topgolf’s first Lowcountry location. Learn more.  
  • International African American Museum, 113 Calhoun St.
    The $97 million museum will include an African Ancestors Memorial Garden, exhibitions, and a center where visitors can trace their genealogy, set to open in 2022. Read more about this development. 
  • Walmart Distribution Center, Ridgeville Industrial Campus in Dorchester County
    This $220 million project includes a 3 million sqft facility that will create 1,000 jobs and bring 77,000+ containers through Charleston per year. The center is estimated to be completed by April 2022. Check it out.  
  • Old Towne Creek County Park, 1400 Old Towne Rd. in West Ashley
    The new county park, located by Charles Towne Landing, will feature a one-mile walking trail and a scenic creek overlook. The development will break ground in 2022. Skim five fast facts
  • Lowcountry Lowline, through downtown Charleston
    This project will repurpose 1.7 miles of abandoned railway track in downtown Charleston into bike and pedestrian paths with recreation areas. Construction on phase one of the Lowline will begin in 2022. See renderings

(Psst… This list isn’t meant to be comprehensive. If there is a construction project you’d like to share with us, send it our way. We love hearing about new developments + businesses.)