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City of Rock Hill South Carolina
Rock Hill, South Carolina is a business-savvy blend of historic charm and responsibly implemented expansion. The city is located in the north-central area of South Carolina approximately 20 miles south of Charlotte, NC along the I-77 corridor. Rock Hill is a growing community of 67,000 residents, and the City encompasses over 36 square miles. Rock Hill is the largest city in York County, SC and the only major South Carolina city in the Charlotte area.
City of Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte is one of the 25 largest cities in the U.S. and the largest city in North Carolina. Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte and its resident county are named in honor of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort of British King George III during the time of the city's founding.
City of Fort Mill, South Carolina
Fort Mill is located along the I-77 corridor in the northernmost part of South Carolina and is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. The Fort Mill Schools are among the best in the state and perform well above national standards. We also are home to a number of thriving businesses and corporate offices in addition to abundant green spaces and a variety of recreational venues
City of York, South Carolina
York is the county seat of York County and enjoys an intimate character of a small friendly community. York has a strong historic core and a traditional lifestyle offering a desirable alternative to life in the larger metro areas. The City of York is positioned equidistant between the I-77 and I-85 corridors. .
City of Tega Cay, South Carolina
Since 2014, Tega Cay has been recognized statewide, as well as nationally, for a myriad of accolades including Safest City, Best Suburb, and Best Place to Live. ValuePenguin has just recognized our City as #2 of the 2016 Safest Places in South Carolina.
City of Lake Wylie, South Carolina
Located on the South Carolina side of the beautiful Lake Wylie.
City of Pineville, North Carolina
Pineville, incorporated in 1873, was named for the large and abundant pines that cast their shadows over the community. At the time it was known as a mule trading center which was located at the intersection of two major Indian trading routes. The area was home to vast meadows where the traders could turn their animals out to pasture and the area became known as Morrow’s Turnout. This area also served as a stagecoach stop, and in 1852 when the Depot opened, it became a stop for the Charlotte & Columbia Railroad. The railroad was the first step into the ‘modern world’ for the town and it was about that time when the name was changed to Pineville.