List of South Carolina Opportunity Zones & OZ Funds

The state of South Carolina has 135 designated Opportunity Zones, including 128 low-income communities plus 7 non-low-income contiguous tracts.

The adjacent map shows all Opportunity Zones in South Carolina. Click on any Opportunity Zone for additional information.

South Carolina OZ Funds

There are 11QOZ Fundsin the OpportunityDb database with an investment objective that specifically identify South Carolinaas a target market. Additional OZ funds may also invest in South Carolina; see a complete list of Opportunity Zone Funds here.

List of All South Carolina OZs

The table below lists all 135Opportunity Zones in South Carolina. The first two rows reflect average values for the state of South Carolinaand the Opportunity Zones in the state.

Name County Median Household Income Below Poverty Line Median Home Value Edu High School Median Age
All of South Carolina n/a $56K 14% $180K 88% 40
South Carolina OZ Average n/a $36K 26% $109K 80% 39
45001950400 Abbeville $41K 20% $109K 85% 45
45003020802 Aiken $45K 21% $179K 95% 37
45003020902 Aiken $47K 11% $113K 84% 45
45003021400 Aiken $28K 35% $84K 74% 40
45005970200 Allendale $23K 29% $41K 77% 47
45007000800 Anderson $30K 22% $61K 66% 34
45007011901 Anderson $33K 25% $66K 67% 40
45007012002 Anderson $51K 14% $126K 85% 41
45007012300 Anderson $30K 28% $112K 71% 31
45009960100 Bamberg $28K 26% $74K 79% 35
45009960200 Bamberg $35K 25% $78K 81% 44
45011970500 Barnwell $36K 24% $71K 74% 43
45013000200 Beaufort $42K 17% $80K 82% 38
45013000600 Beaufort $45K 23% $182K 92% 54
45013010800 Beaufort $36K 33% $118K 78% 35
45015020102 Berkeley $52K 25% $107K 83% 42
45015020201 Berkeley $30K 32% $98K 80% 39
45015020302 Berkeley $54K 10% $120K 90% 45
45015020506 Berkeley $50K 14% $174K 88% 38
45017950200 Calhoun $44K 19% $104K 87% 44
45019000700 Charleston $20K 56% $650K 96% 21
45019002400 Charleston $42K 16% $116K 83% 42
45019004000 Charleston $30K 28% $92K 73% 33
45019004300 Charleston $23K 41% $85K 66% 43
45019004400 Charleston $28K 32% $127K 79% 42
45019005300 Charleston $32K 32% $351K 83% 33
45019005400 Charleston $27K 52% $152K 81% 27
45019005500 Charleston $26K 28% $116K 74% 36
45021970201 Cherokee $39K 25% $113K 74% 35
45021970401 Cherokee $28K 19% $78K 77% 42
45023020200 Chester $27K 23% $55K 76% 38
45023020300 Chester $35K 25% $81K 79% 33
45025950101 Chesterfield $38K 14% $110K 76% 40
45025950502 Chesterfield $44K 17% $97K 78% 48
45027960300 Clarendon $41K 19% $84K 71% 49
45027960500 Clarendon $28K 35% $78K 73% 33
45029970401 Colleton $50K 17% $113K 85% 43
45029970402 Colleton $44K 12% $136K 89% 46
45031010600 Darlington $29K 36% $74K 77% 28
45031011500 Darlington $46K 20% $79K 84% 41
45033970300 Dillon $48K 17% $116K 78% 41
45033970400 Dillon $25K 46% $58K 68% 36
45033970600 Dillon $33K 29% $69K 81% 38
45035010200 Dorchester $37K 30% $100K 81% 39
45035010400 Dorchester $57K 15% $138K 81% 42
45035010700 Dorchester $41K 32% $191K 86% 36
45037970400 Edgefield $40K 15% $117K 82% 36
45039960100 Fairfield $45K 18% $90K 81% 44
45039960300 Fairfield $39K 14% $164K 87% 49
45039960400 Fairfield $30K 33% $82K 82% 42
45039960500 Fairfield $43K 18% $100K 90% 45
45041000700 Florence $18K 60% $60K 75% 39
45041001000 Florence $31K 30% $120K 77% 44
45041002000 Florence $41K 25% $76K 76% 38
45041002201 Florence $36K 34% $81K 79% 35
45041002500 Florence $43K 11% $81K 79% 41
45043920201 Georgetown $35K 20% $84K 76% 38
45043920302 Georgetown $55K 4% $217K 91% 46
45043920700 Georgetown $45K 18% $168K 88% 42
45045000500 Greenville $32K 19% $229K 77% 47
45045000700 Greenville $38K 30% $197K 80% 40
45045000800 Greenville $29K 36% $108K 73% 32
45045002005 Greenville $42K 20% $96K 80% 34
45045002303 Greenville $27K 33% $50K 58% 38
45045002505 Greenville $30K 21% $104K 69% 36
45045003401 Greenville $30K 29% $83K 76% 44
45045003904 Greenville $45K 19% $159K 86% 37
45045004300 Greenville $27K 26% $128K 81% 37
45047970600 Greenwood $34K 24% $104K 77% 40
45047970702 Greenwood $43K 28% $97K 88% 37
45049920300 Hampton $38K 18% $66K 85% 46
45051020200 Horry $34K 25% $118K 87% 45
45051050600 Horry $27K 34% $106K 86% 30
45051050700 Horry $33K 24% $105K 80% 39
45051070200 Horry $45K 8% $182K 91% 40
45051070300 Horry $39K 19% $160K 88% 42
45051080102 Horry $53K 15% $155K 86% 41
45053950300 Jasper $41K 26% $156K 74% 34
45055970601 Kershaw $34K 21% $105K 82% 36
45055970800 Kershaw $32K 14% $108K 87% 45
45057010700 Lancaster $23K 50% $70K 67% 38
45057010800 Lancaster $41K 23% $127K 70% 40
45059920301 Laurens $52K 10% $147K 90% 47
45059920400 Laurens $45K 20% $101K 80% 50
45059920700 Laurens $34K 22% $65K 78% 37
45061920200 Lee $31K 27% $77K 83% 43
45061920302 Lee $31K 21% $84K 78% 39
45063020201 Lexington $54K 26% $144K 96% 29
45063020300 Lexington $40K 29% $155K 85% 31
45063020505 Lexington $40K 23% $92K 77% 43
45063020509 Lexington $41K 20% $157K 92% 40
45063020706 Lexington $40K 30% $79K 78% 33
45063021402 Lexington $42K 20% $116K 80% 38
45067950300 Marion $24K 23% $57K 69% 43
45067950600 Marion $33K 19% $70K 85% 43
45069960100 Marlboro $41K 19% $59K 77% 45
45069960302 Marlboro $39K 27% $78K 73% 38
45065920200 McCormick $38K 19% $86K 79% 49
45071950502 Newberry $29K 29% $64K 75% 37
45073030602 Oconee $51K 23% $184K 90% 44
45073030701 Oconee $30K 21% $81K 71% 39
45075010200 Orangeburg $34K 25% $76K 82% 42
45075010600 Orangeburg $36K 28% $86K 83% 35
45075011300 Orangeburg $18K 43% $57K 83% 33
45075011400 Orangeburg $27K 34% $99K 92% 36
45077010700 Pickens $47K 18% $114K 77% 43
45077010801 Pickens $41K 17% $129K 78% 41
45077011001 Pickens $50K 12% $132K 80% 38
45079000100 Richland $26K 28% $83K 73% 28
45079000200 Richland $30K 27% $99K 70% 33
45079000500 Richland $22K 46% $89K 81% 27
45079000700 Richland $56K 19% $193K 95% 35
45079010600 Richland $28K 39% $82K 82% 40
45079010703 Richland $25K 41% $84K 82% 46
45079010803 Richland $28K 38% $87K 75% 37
45079010900 Richland $19K 51% $89K 75% 22
45079011800 Richland $44K 13% $76K 89% 44
45081960400 Saluda $45K 21% $109K 81% 45
45083020301 Spartanburg $21K 43% $66K 70% 21
45083020400 Spartanburg $39K 26% $56K 69% 36
45083020500 Spartanburg $26K 35% $76K 74% 41
45083020702 Spartanburg $33K 24% $91K 78% 34
45083020800 Spartanburg $13K 70% $63K 61% 24
45083023202 Spartanburg $61K 7% $134K 83% 42
45085000600 Sumter $43K 20% $90K 82% 49
45085001100 Sumter $37K 35% $72K 74% 30
45085001300 Sumter $20K 38% $76K 73% 56
45087030100 Union $43K 19% $86K 87% 44
45089970501 Williamsburg $33K 23% $74K 84% 40
45089970502 Williamsburg $23K 35% $48K 84% 37
45089970600 Williamsburg $33K 23% $75K 79% 51
45091060200 York $39K 17% $106K 79% 36
45091060300 York $39K 25% $83K 82% 34
45091060401 York $25K 33% $75K 65% 32
45091060501 York $24K 27% $106K 78% 29

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South Carolina OZs by City

The table below lists all cities in South Carolina with at least one Opportunity Zone. Click on any city name for additional information about each OZ.

City Number of OZs Median Household Income Below Poverty Line Median Home Value Edu High School Median Age
Abbeville 1 $41K 20% $109K 85% 45
Aiken 1 $28K 35% $84K 74% 40
Alcolu 1 $41K 19% $84K 71% 49
Allendale 1 $23K 29% $41K 77% 47
Anderson 3 $37K 21% $100K 74% 35
Andrews 1 $35K 20% $84K 76% 38
Arial 1 $47K 18% $114K 77% 43
Aynor 1 $53K 15% $155K 86% 41
Bamberg 1 $35K 25% $78K 81% 44
Batesburg-Leesville 1 $42K 20% $116K 80% 38
Beaufort 2 $44K 20% $131K 87% 46
Bennettsville 1 $39K 27% $78K 73% 38
Bishopville 2 $31K 24% $80K 80% 41
Blacksburg 1 $28K 19% $78K 77% 42
Blythewood 1 $39K 14% $164K 87% 49
Bonneau 1 $54K 10% $120K 90% 45
Camden 2 $33K 18% $107K 84% 41
Cayce 2 $47K 28% $112K 87% 31
Charleston 4 $27K 43% $320K 85% 31
Cheraw 1 $44K 17% $97K 78% 48
Chester 2 $31K 24% $68K 77% 36
City View 1 $27K 33% $50K 58% 38
Clinton 1 $34K 22% $65K 78% 37
Columbia 7 $29K 36% $103K 80% 33
Conway 2 $42K 14% $171K 90% 41
Denmark 1 $28K 26% $74K 79% 35
Dentsville 1 $28K 38% $87K 75% 37
Dillon 2 $37K 31% $87K 73% 39
Easley 1 $41K 17% $129K 78% 41
East Sumter 1 $37K 35% $72K 74% 30
Florence 2 $24K 45% $90K 76% 42
Gaffney 1 $39K 25% $113K 74% 35
Gantt 1 $42K 20% $96K 80% 34
Georgetown 2 $50K 11% $192K 89% 44
Greenville 5 $31K 28% $149K 77% 40
Greenwood 1 $34K 24% $104K 77% 40
Greer 2 $46K 14% $119K 76% 39
Hardeeville 1 $41K 26% $156K 74% 34
Hartsville 1 $29K 36% $74K 77% 28
Hilton Head Island 1 $36K 33% $118K 78% 35
Holly Hill 2 $43K 25% $91K 83% 42
Homeland Park 1 $33K 25% $66K 67% 40
Hopkins 1 $44K 13% $76K 89% 44
Jenkinsville 1 $45K 18% $90K 81% 44
Kingstree 3 $30K 27% $66K 82% 42
Lake City 1 $36K 34% $81K 79% 35
Lamar 1 $46K 20% $79K 84% 41
Lancaster 2 $32K 36% $99K 68% 39
Latta 1 $33K 29% $69K 81% 38
Laurens 2 $49K 15% $124K 85% 48
Liberty 1 $50K 12% $132K 80% 38
Loris 1 $34K 25% $118K 87% 45
Manning 1 $28K 35% $78K 73% 33
Marion 1 $33K 19% $70K 85% 43
McCormick 1 $38K 19% $86K 79% 49
Meggett 1 $42K 16% $116K 83% 42
Moncks Corner 1 $50K 14% $174K 88% 38
Mullins 1 $24K 23% $57K 69% 43
Myrtle Beach 2 $30K 29% $106K 83% 34
Newberry 1 $29K 29% $64K 75% 37
Newry 1 $51K 23% $184K 90% 44
Ninety Six 1 $43K 28% $97K 88% 37
North Augusta 2 $46K 16% $146K 90% 41
North Charleston 3 $26K 32% $97K 71% 37
Orangeburg 3 $27K 35% $81K 86% 35
Pageland 1 $38K 14% $110K 76% 40
Ridge Spring 1 $45K 21% $109K 81% 45
Ridgeville 1 $57K 15% $138K 81% 42
Rock Hill 4 $31K 26% $92K 76% 33
Russellville 1 $30K 32% $98K 80% 39
Scranton 1 $41K 25% $76K 76% 38
Snelling 1 $36K 24% $71K 74% 43
Spartanburg 5 $26K 40% $70K 70% 31
St. George 1 $37K 30% $100K 81% 39
St. Matthews 1 $44K 19% $104K 87% 44
Summerville 1 $41K 32% $191K 86% 36
Sumter 2 $32K 29% $83K 77% 52
Timmonsville 1 $43K 11% $81K 79% 41
Travelers Rest 1 $45K 19% $159K 86% 37
Trenton 1 $40K 15% $117K 82% 36
Union 1 $43K 19% $86K 87% 44
Utica 1 $30K 21% $81K 71% 39
Wallace 1 $41K 19% $59K 77% 45
Walterboro 2 $47K 14% $124K 87% 45
West Columbia 3 $40K 24% $135K 85% 38
Winnsboro 1 $43K 18% $100K 90% 45
Winnsboro Mills 1 $30K 33% $82K 82% 42
Yemassee 1 $38K 18% $66K 85% 46

South Carolina OZs by County

The table below lists all counties in South Carolina with at least one Opportunity Zone. Click on any county name for additional information about each OZ.

County Number of OZs Median Household Income Below Poverty Line Median Home Value Edu High School Median Age
Abbeville 1 $41K 20% $109K 85% 45
Aiken 3 $40K 23% $125K 84% 41
Allendale 1 $23K 29% $41K 77% 47
Anderson 4 $36K 22% $91K 72% 36
Bamberg 2 $31K 25% $76K 80% 40
Barnwell 1 $36K 24% $71K 74% 43
Beaufort 3 $41K 24% $127K 84% 42
Berkeley 4 $47K 20% $125K 85% 41
Calhoun 1 $44K 19% $104K 87% 44
Charleston 8 $28K 36% $211K 79% 35
Cherokee 2 $34K 22% $95K 76% 38
Chester 2 $31K 24% $68K 77% 36
Chesterfield 2 $41K 16% $103K 77% 44
Clarendon 2 $35K 27% $81K 72% 41
Colleton 2 $47K 14% $124K 87% 45
Darlington 2 $37K 28% $77K 80% 34
Dillon 3 $35K 30% $81K 76% 38
Dorchester 3 $45K 26% $143K 83% 39
Edgefield 1 $40K 15% $117K 82% 36
Fairfield 4 $39K 21% $109K 85% 45
Florence 5 $34K 32% $83K 77% 40
Georgetown 3 $45K 14% $156K 85% 42
Greenville 9 $33K 26% $128K 75% 38
Greenwood 2 $38K 26% $101K 82% 39
Hampton 1 $38K 18% $66K 85% 46
Horry 6 $38K 21% $138K 86% 40
Jasper 1 $41K 26% $156K 74% 34
Kershaw 2 $33K 18% $107K 84% 41
Lancaster 2 $32K 36% $99K 68% 39
Laurens 3 $44K 17% $105K 83% 45
Lee 2 $31K 24% $80K 80% 41
Lexington 6 $43K 25% $124K 85% 35
Marion 2 $29K 21% $63K 77% 43
Marlboro 2 $40K 23% $68K 75% 41
McCormick 1 $38K 19% $86K 79% 49
Newberry 1 $29K 29% $64K 75% 37
Oconee 2 $40K 22% $132K 80% 42
Orangeburg 4 $29K 32% $80K 85% 36
Pickens 3 $46K 16% $125K 78% 41
Richland 9 $31K 34% $98K 80% 35
Saluda 1 $45K 21% $109K 81% 45
Spartanburg 6 $32K 34% $81K 72% 33
Sumter 3 $33K 31% $79K 76% 45
Union 1 $43K 19% $86K 87% 44
Williamsburg 3 $30K 27% $66K 82% 42
York 4 $31K 26% $92K 76% 33

South Carolina OZs vs. Other States

The charts below show how South Carolina’s Opportunity Zones compare to OZs in other states. All values are averages for Opportunity Zones only:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median household income:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on percentage of households below the poverty line:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median home value:

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The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on percentage of population with a high school education:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median age:

Best South Carolina OZs

The charts below show the South Carolina Opportunity Zones with the highest and lowest values for various socioeconomic indicators, along with the average values for all OZs in the state, all OZs nationwide, and all of South Carolina.

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median household income:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on percentage of households below the poverty line:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median home value:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on percentage of population with a high school education:

The table below shows how Opportunity Zones in South Carolina compare with other states on median age:

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