Got Apartments?

More apartments are planned in and around CHS, as noted in an article by Warren Wise of The Post and Courier, as he points out plans submitted to the city for four new developments:

  • An unspecified number of units at a site near the intersection of Meeting Street and Cooper Street, downtown.  Plans call for a structure of up to 80′ though current zoning allows only up to 55′.  The site would need to be re-zoned from light industrial/general business to mixed-use workforce housing.  The developers are Gruca Properties and Frederick Fabian of Venters Capital.
  • One block away, Atlanta-based Brand Properties is seeking to build a 5-story mixed-use building with 128 apartment units along Meeting Street between Jackson and Lee Streets.  It would include a 208-space parking deck and 11,200 SF of office space.
  • In West Ashley, next to Westwood Plaza shopping center, where Harris Teeter announced it would build a new grocery store, a developer wants to build a 174-unit apartment community in five 3-story buildings.  Its would be a JV between Jim Kourafas of Caerus Construction Co. and Trident Construction Co.
  • Another 78-unit, 3-story building would be an additional phase of the recently complete River’s Walk apartment community is planned at 301 Seaport Lane in Mount Pleasant, off Mathis Ferry Road.

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Posted on June 20, 2015, in CHS, CHS Multi-Family, Development, Downtown CHS, The Post and Courier and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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