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Riverwalk Conway SC

Built along the banks of the Waccamaw River in 1732, Conway is one of the oldest cities in the country, and with its oak-lined streets and southern plantation homes, has all the charm and grace you would expect from a historic southern town. Along with being the county seat of Horry County, Conway’s historic district and revitalized downtown area offer plenty of business connections and quaint café dining for residents in the area. An educational center in Horry County, the city is home to Horry County School's district office, Coastal Carolina University and Horry-Georgetown Technical College.

Companies like Canfor, Metglas and B3C Fuel Solutions have planted their roots in Conway because of its dedication to expanding industry.

Manufacturing in Conway SC

The City of Conway continues to experience nationally ranked growth rates, tallying a total population of 25,758 in a 2016 assessment conducted by the city’s Planning Director, Adam Emrick.

The U.S. Census has ranked the Conway region as the nation's second fastest growing metropolitan statistical area (MSA) in the country for the second year in a row, with a 2.91% annual job growth rate.

Clock Tower Conway SC

In 2016, USA Today ranked the Conway, SC metropolitan statistical area as the fifth fastest growing city in America.

The MSA has recorded a population growth of 14.07% between 2010-2015.


Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach ranked in the Top 20 "Prime Workforce" Cities in 2016 by Area Development Magazine.

Rivertown Conway SC

Conway is centrally located in Horry County. Popular vacation destinations such as Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Garden City and Surfside Beach are all located within 15-30 miles from Conway. US-501 averages a daily traffic count of 47,000.

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