OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH
Oxford is a center of retail trade with strong sales but with room for growth. You can find detailed information on purchases and spending habits for the Oxford market below.
Williamsboro Development Site – The City of Oxford has optioned a 15 acre tract of land across from Revlon on Williamsboro Road. While around 9 acres of the property will be used for a stormwater control project, almost 6 acres will be available for development. Two tracts, a Williamsboro Road tract of 1.4 acres directly across from Revlon and a 4.5 acre tract in front of Dill Air Controls will be available for potential development upon the completion of planning efforts for the stormwater project. Site Map
Former City Landfill/WWTP at Exit 204/Linden Avenue - The City is beginning efforts to ascertain the development potential of this 16.78 acre site that formerly served as a landfill and wastewater treatment plant. Portions of that former landfill across Industry Drive have already been developed. Combined with privately held adjacent property, this site offers around 30 acres at a key location visible from I-85 and surrounded by other successful restaurant and retail development. The City is pursing potential cleanup programs as well as brownfields development programs for development partners. Site Map