Dupont Landing

Dupont Landing

For Leasing Information, Call: (803) 226-0055

Dupont Landing is an award-winning single-family subdivision designed for eventual homeownership, located in Aiken, South Carolina. It was developed using tax credits by The Bennett Group in partnership with Second Baptist Church of Aiken and the Nehemiah Community Revitalization Corporation. It consists of 44 homes, all three-bedroom and two bathroom, with two-story homes interspersed with single-story homes. The property also includes a clubhouse/amenity center, playground, open space and gazebo.

It is part of a master-planned community envisioned by the church several years ago. It is ideally located across the street from the high school and near both neighborhood shopping and downtown Aiken. In addition to the homes of Dupont Landing, it also includes additional homes at Dupont Pointe, the RHS Clyburn Center for Primary Care, as well as additional space planned for a new sanctuary and family life center for the church, possible Day Care, and additional housing.

This project utilized low-income housing tax credits provided by the South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority, which awarded Dupont Landing its two top housing awards in 2016: the Palmetto Award for Best Housing Development and the Palmetto Award for the Most Creative Partnership. Equity was provided by Raymond James and both construction and permanent financing was provided by Troy Bank & Trust.

109 Benedict Street

Aiken, South Carolina

(803) 226-0055



News and Events

“Fall into Safety” at Dupont Landing

This news item was shared with us by Boyd Management, Inc.

Aiken, SC – Dupont Landing recently hosted a “Fall into Safety” event with participation from local organizations in Aiken, South Carolina. Residents were greeted by Aiken Public Safety and manager Stephanie Snoberger, and received safety brochures, raffle tickets, and a magnet with emergency numbers. Security Federal Bank was on hand to help provide residents with information on renter’s insurance. The Southeast Ballet Company, a local 501 group that provides dance class scholarships to low income students, even came to the property to perform for the residents! After the performance, they invited the children from Dupont Landing to dance and win prizes while their parents attended a fire safety meeting.

“Bikers against Bullies”, a local group, wrapped up the day with a presentation for the children on bullying. Of course no event would be complete without some delicious fall treats – candy apples and cotton candy! The event was a huge success. Boyd Management encourages other managers to organize events with local organizations to make annual safety meetings this much fun!