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By The Numbers

 

Population

37,773

Square miles

41.36

Number of Businesses

11,038***

AGE

Median Age: 58

Over 65: 36.8%

 

RACE

White: 84.5%

Black: 6.2%

Hispanic: 13%

Asian: 0.8%

 

INCOME

Per Capita: $60,988

Median household: $86,171 

Below poverty level: 6.9%

 

EDUCATION

High School diploma: 93.4%

College degree: 53.9%

 

NEW Building permits**

Residential (Jan. 1-June 30, 2022): 1,496  

Residential (Jan. 1-Dec. 31. 2021): 2,578  

 Commercial (Jan.1 -June 30, 2022): 180

Commercial (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2021):  454

 

HOUSING

Median Rent: $1,330

Median Home Value: $761,130 

 

** Hilton Head Residential Building Permits include Multifamily

***Hilton Head Businesses includes licenses required for property rentals 

Source: US Census Bureau, Zillow (Median Home Values as of 7/22), World Population Review (Median age/population), Local towns. 



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The season for decorating is here. 

“Decorating is the time for imagination,” said Janet Fanning, nursery manager at The Greenery. “It’s also a time for memories and traditions.”

Sweetgrass baskets, long a staple for centuries that traces its roots in Africa and the Gullah communities here and along the Sea Islands, are ever present during the holiday season. 

GIFTED HILTON HEAD OFFERS UNMATCHED SELECTIONS

If there were ever a Hall of Fame for Monthly’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards, you can bet that Gifted Hilton Head would be first on the ballot in the inaugural class. Not only did they win for Favorite Gift Store this year, they’ve won every year since the store opened. 

Not that you’ll catch owner Meredith Taylor gloating.

Savannah’s new professional hockey team officially announced its nickname: the Ghost Pirates. The Savannah Ghost Pirates, who will compete in the ECHL, revealed their name and logo last month.

Global industry leaders joined together recently to reward deserving students. 

In collaboration with the Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival, the Michelin Junior Challenge Design competition was open to all Beaufort County high school students and is designed to encourage students to learn about the mobility and automotive industries in South Carolina.