According to zoning paperwork submitted to Lancaster County, a developer intends to erect a Costco in Indian Land.
On an empty 28-acre tract of property between Possum Hollow Road and Sandal Brook Road, the developer Crosland Southeast is preparing to build a Costco.
Grocery stores are one thing Indian Land doesn't lack. And Costco will shortly join the fray.
The well-liked wholesale powerhouse is well-known for offering anything from rotisserie chickens to inflatable hot tubs.
Local Jenna Czaplinski speculated that Costco "could bring the costs down a little bit." Competition is beneficial. the open market. That is what we desire.
According to zoning papers, the 156,000 square foot store will also have a 24-pump fueling station.
According to the traffic impact analysis submitted to the county, the megastore might bring in up to 10,000 more vehicles per day.
stated Czaplinski. "We need to be well-informed, and the road work needs to get done now."
According to Derek Farley, Costco has a solid reputation for being a good neighbour and conducting business ethically.
He is hoping that the neighbourhood would provide the store with the necessary infrastructure.