The Green Myers Retail Center at 2500 Clements Ferry Road holds down one of the most visible business hubs on the Clements Ferry Road strip. Built in 2016, the one-story retail building is approximately 23,000 square feet and fronts a heavily trafficked corridor with 32,100 vehicles per day. This easily accessible spot is great for running errands, shopping and grabbing a bite to eat.
Anchoring the retail center is Clements Ferry’s Dollar Tree, formally a Goodwill. The chain store offers a mix of household items, beauty products, food and supplies at discount prices. Despite the nominal price tag, customers can shop for everyday essentials that meet quality standards.
Next to the discount retail store is Tokyo Express, a culinary haven serving the taste of Asia. The menu boasts hibachi plates, egg rolls, lo mein, chow mein, dumplings, wontons and more. Whether you opt for dine-in or takeout, this Asian cuisine is readily available to any hungry customers between Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area.
Bits and Pieces is a tack shop suited to meet the needs of all equestrians. The supply store offers the Lowcountry and surrounding communities with everything one may need for horseback riding, including various horse supplies, riding apparel and accessories. From bridles and bits to saddles and grooming tools, each product is made for equestrians looking to improve their durability, functionality and style.
Tierney Boyd, owner of Bits and Pieces, shares why she likes doing business in the area. “I feel as if the Daniel Island community understands the impact shopping local has on small businesses. Owning a small retail store is a labor of love and we genuinely enjoy getting to know our customers to the point of being able to call them our friends.”
The store isn’t just for horsing around. Bits and Pieces also sells gifts and jewelry. Boyd lets customers know they don’t have to be a horse person to find a treasure in her shop.
Clements Ferry Alterations and Drapery Shoppe is a family-owned clothing and alterations shop. The business has operated for 17 years and offers customers alterations and sewing requests on cushions, pillows, pastoral robes, and any alteration on men, women and kids clothing. The shop also features a line of custom African fashion. This locally-owned business offers hand-woven unique styles.
“I like working on Clements Ferry and I like what I do,” said owner Janet Wright. “I’ve been doing alterations since I was about 19 and I’m 68 now. I just like to see how the garments come out.”
The technicians at INAILS have over 29 years of experience and believe your nails should be as unique as you are. The spa offers manicures and pedicures, acrylic, dip and gel services, fill-ins, waxing, and any add on services a customer requests. They also offer pedicures for kids.
The salon website boasts that it is staffed with skilled technicians who are dedicated to making sure your experience is relaxing and rejuvenating. “We take pride in our commitment to providing you with a high-quality experience,” their site notes.
Coming Soon: Fitness enthusiasts on Clements Ferry will soon get to experience WeightSpace, a micro-gym that offers fully-equipped private spaces for use by appointment with or without a trainer. Whether you’re a seasoned fitness enthusiast or a beginner on your wellness path, WeightSpace provides the ideal environment for you to achieve your goals without having to wait on equipment.
“WeightSpace is your gym on your time,” said founder Rick Coe. “There’s no waiting, just weighting. We are so proud to be able to bring innovation to Daniel Island and Clements Ferry with our first location.”
The locally-owned business will open in November and provide various training machines to challenge members and achieve results. It will welcome independent professionals and their clients.