Posted By Youlia Apostolova @ Jan 4th 2021 2:41pm In: SALES

2021 Developments

Sweetgrass Inn | Wild Dunes Resort, 5757 Palm Blvd., Isle of Palms

Sweetgrass Inn at Wild Dunes Resort | Image courtesy of Wild Dunes Resort

Earlier last year, Lowe, the developer behind Isle of Palms’ Wild Dunes Resort + downtown’s new waterfront hotel, The Cooper, formally announced the newest hotel's name and details under construction at Wild Dunes Resort the Sweetgrass Inn. The 153-room hotel will encompass four acres and feature amenities including 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, an 8,000 square-foot grand ballroom with pre-function and terrace event space, a 3,000 square-foot rooftop ballroom with a 6,000 square-foot terrace featuring ocean views, a 2,750 square-foot fitness center, retail space + more. The new hotel is set to open in spring 2021.

Angler's Cabins located in the Kiawah River Community

Photo credit: Angler’s Cabins | Image courtesy of Kiawah River/Starr Sanford Design

Kiawah River, a new waterfront community, located on Johns Island, will include residential homes, Angler’s Cabins. The limited collection of turn-key cabins is the latest addition to Kiawah River’s waterfront options, wooded and village homes, and homesites. The 11 one-bedroom, detached cabins average 800 square feet and will offer water access with several launch points for fishing + exploring the Kiawah River and inland waterways. Construction is expected to be completed in the fall of 2021.


We Are Sharing Hope SC Headquarters | 2215 Henry Tecklenburg Dr, West Ashley

South Carolina’s organ + tissue donor program, We Are Sharing Hope SC, broke ground on its new headquarters building in West Ashley this year. The organization is responsible for facilitating the gift of life in South Carolina. The new building is designed to educate South Carolinians about organ + tissue donation and share the stories of local donor heroes and transplant recipients by inviting the community to explore donation at a deeper level. The estimated completion date is September 2021.

The Society at Laurens | 18 Society St.

The Society at Laurens | Image courtesy of The Society of Laurens/Southern Land Company

The Society at Laurens, a luxury multifamily community downtown, will consist of 148 apartment units spanning across two buildings that Laurens Street will separate. We’re told the community will be ‘amenity-rich, with perks such as a resort-style pool, a resident lounge, a fitness center, and a business center. Pre-leasing is projected to begin in 2021, + the developers (Tennessee-based Southern Land Company) expect it to be ready for tenants to start moving in later in the year. The estimated completion date is late 2021.

The Exchange at Maybank | Maybank Hwy, Johns Island (dual access from Maybank Hwy + Cane Slash Rd.

The Exchange at Maybank | Rendering courtesy of NAI Charleston Commercial Real Estate

This mixed-use commercial center is a master-planned development that includes three phases: medical office space in five buildings anchored by a two-story flagship building, a flex/office space in four buildings, and an additional flex/office space in two buildings. Initial buildings are on track for completion in late 2021.

Kingstide | Located in The Waterfront, 101 River Landing Dr., Daniel Island

Kingstide | Rendering courtesy of East-West Partners

Kingstide, a new waterfront restaurant + rooftop bar, is slated to open at The Waterfront, a luxury mixed-use community on Daniel Island. The restaurant will showcase expansive views of the Wando River and is set to open in 2021. The development, led by Indigo Road Hospitality Group + Cornet Bishop Design, does not have a specific opening date at this time.

International African American Museum | 113 Calhoun St.

Photo credit: International African American Museum | Image courtesy of the International African American Museum

Charleston’s International African American Museum (IAAM) will serve as a center that will highlight + educate others about the journey of millions of Africans, captured and forced across the Atlantic in the grueling and inhumane Middle Passage, arriving at Gadsden’s Wharf in Charleston and other ports in the Atlantic World. Museum features will include an African Ancestors Memorial Garden, gardens for quiet contemplation, various exhibitions, a center where visitors will have the opportunity to trace their genealogy, + more. Charlestonians should see the finished building from the outside in 2021, as completion of the museum is on track for spring/summer of 2021. The opening date is scheduled for 2022.

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