New Shopping Center for Summerville


Summerville has suddenly picked up the pace with new retail development, some of them tying their future to several big housing and commercial developments cropping up to the east of Interstate 26 and Highway 17-A.

At least seven new shops will open soon, and another new shopping center is on the way.

Gramling Brothers Real Estate & Development Co. will begin work in the next 90 days on a nearly 60,000-square-foot shopping center where the former Strobel Tire, Auto and Truck Service stood at 1101 N. Main St., just south of Berlin G. Myers Parkway, according to Gramling’s Mikell Harper. The six-acre parcel will include a 40,000- to 50,000-square-foot grocery store and another anchor. Speculation is that Earth Fare is an option. An Earth Fare spokeswoman did not return a call or email for comment Wednesday.


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