With a population estimated around 56,000, the city of Anderson is quaint yet established, and has several local small businesses, hospitals, churches, and store chains available in spite of its size. Remote facilities for a few organizations are also being built around Anderson’s abandoned factories, which is redeveloping the land and increasing interest in those areas. One particularly beloved landmark near the city is the blue bridge, which is located northeast of downtown and is only accessible on foot. Downtown Anderson boasts several unique businesses including Burro Loco, The Nile, The Toast, Eva’s Pancake House, and Buckskin Bikes, and currently has installed beautiful hanging flower baskets to celebrate the spring season. Additionally, downtown Anderson is also home to a few delightful murals that liven the city and add to its artistic culture. Anderson is a town filled with opportunities and new life for its residents.