Retail•Restaurant•For Lease

1 Plaza Drive

1 Plaza Drive, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29926

Lease Rate $Negotiable
Year Built 1983
Gross Bldg 2,666 SqFt
Land Area .5 Acres
Market Hilton Head
Rare build to suit opportunity on Hilton Head Island, at the entrance to the very busy Port Royal Plaza. The property is situated at the signalized intersection of Highway 278 (William Hilton Parkway) and Dillon Road. The property was formerly occupied by a national chain and ownership is looking to tear down the old structure and build a new building for the right tenant(s). The owner will also consider a ground lease. The building is situated on approximately half an acre and currently includes 35 dedicated parking spaces. Traffic counts on William Hilton Parkway exceed 35,000 vpd. The shopping center is supported by strong demographics including a population of approximately 32,160 people living within a five mile radius, with an average annual household income in excess of $108,000. This exceptional restaurant / retail opportunity is situated at the signalized intersection of William Hilton Parkway and Dillon Road, at the entrance to Port Royal Shopping Center. a bustling shopping center anchored by Bi-Lo, with a myriad of restaurants, shops and services including CVS, Wachovia, McDonald's and Jiffy Lube. The property is located on the north end of the island and surrounded by commercial and residential developments including the redeveloped Seaturtle Marketplace and Northridge Plaza, and just a few minutes drive to Hilton Head airport, hospital and schools. There are multiple points of access on Highway 278 and Mathews Drive.
  • Build to Suit or Ground Lease Opportunity
  • Situated at Signalized Intersection at Entrance to Busy Grocery Anchored Shopping Center
  • Dedicated Parking Field
  • Excellent Visibility, Demographics and Traffic Counts

1 Spaces

2,500 SqFt
2,666 SqFt
3/15/2019 7:19:31 PM 5/22/2019 7:38:11 PM


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