Lowes Foods to anchor new Platt Springs Crossing development in Lexington

Winston-Salem based Lowes Foods, LLC has signed a lease to anchor Platt Springs Crossing, a grocery anchored mixed-use development in Lexington by LLDC Platt Springs. It’s affiliated with Columbia based NAI Columbia.

Platt Springs Crossing is a 57-acre, mixed-use retail development located at the intersection of Platt Springs Road and Old Orangeburg Road, near the intersection with South Lake Drive in the Red Bank area of southern Lexington County. The project is slated to include a 51,000 square foot Lowes Foods, Chipotle, Tidal Wave Car Wash, Panda Express, Planet Fitness and several other restaurants and retail users.

Ownership has broken ground on Phase I of the project and anticipates the first openings in early 2025 and Lowes Foods opening the 3rd quarter of 2025.

Ben Kelly and Patrick Chambers, Shareholders with NAI Columbia, represented LLDC Platt Springs LF, LLC and are the developer of the project. NAI Columbia is handling all marketing for the development.

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